“Behzat Ç. Bir Ankara Polisiyesi” (English: Behzat Ç. An Ankara Detective Story) is a TV crime and detective series based on the novels Her Temas İz Bırakır (English: Every contact leaves a trace) and Son Hafriyat (English: Last excavation) by Emrah Serbes. The series takes place in Ankara. It began 19 September 2010 on local Star TV of Turkey. The TV series is directed by the Serdar Akar who rose to fame by his film, Gemide (On Board) in 1999.
Behzat Ç Seni Kalbime Gömdüm (roughly translated as I Buried You in My Heart) is the theatrical movie of the TV series based on the second novel Son Hafriyat by Emrah Serbes whose also wrote the script for the film. It’s directed by Serdar Akar and tells the story of a cop killer known as Red Kit (Turkish name translation of the famous cartoon character Lucky Luke). Continue reading
Barda is the next attempt of director Serdar Akar. He has made some remarkable films like “Gemide” (On Board) and “Dar Alanda Kisa Paslasmalar”. With his new step, he tries to bring forth the violence in the Turkish society.
A group of young and gonna-be part of high society friends, gather at a bar they frequently visit. One night, some guys looking awfully scary and dangerous enters and these two classes known to live together on the streets are left to fight trapped in a bar… Continue reading
Plot ( Stolen from imdb):
The sailors who were duped by woman sellers, want to steal their capitals to retaliate from them. There are four men and one woman in a ruined boat. Four lazy and dissatisfaction sailors. The woman represent lust, delectation and appalling potential enemy. The men know each other but woman is unknown. Four of them know the responsibility of life. The woman is dangerous with her chastity and her depressed wishes and she represent a chick who gets men’s life into trouble. Four men signpost themselves with a breathtaking game, with their decrepitude and modesty, sometimes with their depressed and additive beauty in a closed location. And none of them can not get off without a loss. Continue reading