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The Yildiz brothers - Celal, Sami and Mesut - still live under one roof - despite their differences. The family bridal shop is doing really badly and they each yearn for a different life: Heartthrob Celal pines for his ex-girlfriend Anna and risks every last cent of their family inheritance for his dream of a mobile phone shop. Sami is searching for true love but ruins every blind date with his anger mis-management. And Mesut, the youngest of the three, tries to combine a cool music career with his strict adherence to the Koran. So when a sweet little baby comes careering into their lives, nothing is as it was before. The three young Turkish bachelors are given a crash course in responsibility.Written by
It's a decent effort for a comedy, though the concept itself has been done before (and some will argue in a better fashion too). Taking three men (characters being of Turkish descent in the script, though not all the actors actually are) is one of those concepts that will attract a certain kind of audience anyway.
If that speaks to you and it sounds funny, you'll probably will be amused by this. If the "high concept" of it sounds too silly (which the movie tries to avoid to be), then you probably shouldn't be watching this. The audio commentary on it, is almost funnier than the movie though, because there are no restrictions and the director and cast can and make fun of each other (easy listen).
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