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Ahlat Agaci

Ahlat Agaci is a movie starring Dogu Demirkol, Murat Cemcir, and Bennu Yildirimlar. An unpublished writer returns to his hometown after graduating, where he seeks sponsors to publish his book while dealing with his father's...

Other Titles
読まれなかった小説, A Árvore dos Frutos Selvagens, Det ville pæretreet, A vadkörtefa, El árbol de peras salvajes, Drvo divlje kruške, El peral salvaje, Le poirier sauvage, Etz ha'Aggas ha'Pra'ee, El árbol de peras silvestres, Cây Lê Dại, Det vilde pæretræ, Det vildväxande päronträdet, El peral silvestre, A Pereira Brava, The Wild Pear Tree, Sub umbra părului sălbatic, Laukine kriauše, Η άγρια αχλαδιά, L'albero dei frutti selvatici, Dzika grusza
Running Time
3 hours 8 minutes
480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Nuri Bilge Ceylan
Ebru Ceylan, Akin Aksu, Nuri Bilge Ceylan
Dogu Demirkol, Bennu Yildirimlar, Murat Cemcir, Hazar Ergüçlü
Bulgaria, Germany, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Turkey, France, Sweden, Republic of North Macedonia
Audio Languages
Deutsch, English, Français, Italiano, Español, Svenska, Gaeilge, Nederlands
日本語, Čeština, Tiếng Việt, Português, 한국어, Australia, Filipino, हिन्दी

An unpublished writer returns to his hometown after graduating, where he seeks sponsors to publish his book while dealing with his father's deteriorating indulgence into gambling.

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Masa and his two young sons (who live in shantytowns) and his wife have lived in France for 25 years. They've settled in the ghetto, and are hard working, honest, kind people. But, after three generations, the French are no longer interested in preserving their values and traditions. The Mafia (in truth, the French Mafia, which goes around with a gun and a bucket of coke), wants to rip out the brass rings, the paychecks, the money, and take over. To do this, they've formed a front company, called "Hommages Commercial", and force the Agaci family to serve as "agents". Misa and his sons are in that "Hommages Commercial" and find themselves on the run. Misa's father, a famous lawyer, is very angry at the Agaci family for taking advantage of his family, and threatens to sue them. After some legal wrangling, the Agaci family agree to let Misa's sons go. The Agaci family is now under the supervision of the mob boss, who is also a lawyer. This is how Misa's family (who have no particular motivation) becomes a mob. As the family's fortunes begin to dwindle, Misa begins to think the whole French way of life is a sham. (Watch for a scene where he tells his sons that they should be ashamed of themselves.) After getting away from their little burg, Misa and his sons move to Paris, where they are welcomed by the wonderful neighborhood they are now in. But Misa's sons still haven't learned the rules of the game, so they have to be careful, for the Mob wants them to stay with them. All Misa's sons can do is stay, but that's the point. They are being trained to be Agents. That means they will be paid to do what the Mob asks them to do. And all they can do is make money. "Masa" and his boys are beginning to wonder if the Mob will actually do what the mob tells them to do, or just tell them what they want them to do. This is where the movie's most valuable message comes in, the idea that the Mob is never good, and only follows what the Mob tells them to do. The Mob's evil and sadistic aspects are only a weapon. Misa and his sons are struggling to stay with the family, and staying alive. Misa's sons come to terms with the fact that their family is on the run, and decides to go back to the Agaci family. That's when the movie's most heart-breaking scene occurs. Misa takes his sons to his father's new home. They have a place in the villa, and are living happily. But as the film ends, Misa has already gone back to his father's house. He's no longer a young man anymore, and his father is not letting him go. Misa is now a man. But that is only the

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Jason H.

The girl is just an ordinary, ordinary girl who came from a small town to Paris where she works. Her friend happens to be a teenage girl that has done an extremely bad thing. Because of her no good action, she is sent to prison for her sister and can be sent to prison as well. The prison is the place where she is held and where she does what she does. When she is sent to jail she meets the father of the guy that she did bad things. The girl thinks he is the father, but he doesn't know who he is. As she wants to be part of the process, she brings the mother to prison with her. She gives her food to the mother and wants to eat in jail, but she doesn't know what she is supposed to do. They tell her that a new convict is here and she is supposed to clean the cells. She goes to the cell and finds a woman that is also in prison and she is even worse than her. The girl finally finds out that her sister is going to be released from prison and she goes with her to her house. But she doesn't go after her, and she goes to the girl's house to watch a movie. The girl who is going to get released from prison is extremely violent and her actions are so wrong that she can get killed by the other prisoners. This movie shows us that people who have done horrible things don't get to live their lives. They have to pay for what they have done, and in order to pay that they have to stay in prison. The girl finally escapes from the prison, but she is in prison for five years and there is no way that she can get out.

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Steven B.

The movie gives an interesting depiction of a society, and the transformation of a nation by a civil war. It is obvious that the movie is not a documentary, since the translation of the dialogue between our heroes and the religious authorities has been excellent. And in fact, in all wars, it is more important to tell the truth than to be impartial. In the beginning of the movie, the people are killed in Iraq, and the role of the Sunni sect is dealt with an impartial attitude, and not in a way that hurts the Sunni sect. The real leaders of the government are the Shiites. The army is led by the Sunnis. At the end, in the movie, the government in Baghdad has been abolished, and the country is split into the Alawite and the Sunni sects. That is what is depicted. Therefore, it is not a documentary, but a very interesting picture of a society.

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Ashley Long

*Possible Spoilers* The film begins with a woman and her child running away from an abusive husband. She ends up in a monastery, and the father, an angry priest, shows up for one night. He does what he does best; "till he can make you leave his wrath." It's a small cult. His anger and anger-proneness is pervasive in the community, and the child is cared for by the nuns. This is a village that's in a constant state of turmoil. Every human being in the village has something in common: they're either ugly or ugly and ugly. There are no utopias or unchangeable rules. The priest teaches the villagers how to pray. In the end, we see that the woman is the victim, that the monk is the adulterer. He's never allowed to beat the woman, but they do, and when the monk was only a child, the priest beat him to death. This is a fascinating film. The woman is abusive, and so is the monk. The nun is no saint, either, and she's kind of the wild child of this village. Her actions are endless: she doesn't allow the woman to clean the house, she beats her, and she physically abuses the nun. But the nun is a force of nature, and as soon as the nun is beaten, she goes on to become an empress in her own right. The father in the story comes up with a plan to end the abuse of the village and get the woman away from the monastery. The plan includes a priest and his assistants. The priest lets the nun try to understand the Tibetan philosophy, and the nun tries to understand the priest's views, but the nun is still too violent to be considered a "real" or "spiritual" person. She'll accept love and forgiveness, but she won't allow the people of the village to have her. This is just one of many things that makes the film interesting and unique. There are many other things that are interesting. The cinematography is unique. There is a lot of static shots of the village in the beginning, with the village looking out onto the monastery. We get to see the village at night, and the Monastery at night. The cinematography is so specific and beautiful that it adds to the mystery of the film. We get to see the village at night, the Monastery at night, and then we get to see them again at night. That sort of makes the film very interesting. And then there's the film's writing. I don't want to spoil anything, but I'll tell you that the script is full of Shakespearean words and phrases. I haven't read Shakespeare, so I can't say whether the words are perfect or not. I'm sure that every writer must find the Shakespearean words in the script amusing, because they're so full of poetic perfection. All of the main characters are interesting, and they are very well-drawn. I think that the

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Elizabeth Hudson

Makes you feel what this movie is trying to say. I was laughing my ass off the entire time. I'm so glad I had the opportunity to see this movie. I'm not a fan of black movies and I'm not a fan of gay movies, but this movie definitely made me feel something. I don't know if it's because I was so moved by the story, or because it was so good. Maybe it was both. But I am happy I saw it. It's definitely worth seeing. I would recommend seeing it in the theater. If you are able to get a good seat in front of the screen, do so. If you are unable to do that, then you should not miss this movie. It will make you laugh, make you feel sad, make you feel alive, make you feel alive. You'll probably feel like you've been away from your family for a while. You'll probably feel like your life has been a waste of time. This movie will make you feel like that, and it will make you feel alive.

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Crystal F.

It is a pity that such a good movie never got a movie on any major European festival. I remember the Trenet last year and thought that he was so fantastic and never had a bad movie, that made me really hope for his next one. I am very glad that I was wrong, I would have really loved to see this movie on the Trenet next year, and I hope that there will be a next for him.

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This movie is very great! The cinematography is very beautiful and you will feel a part of it. The movie is a bit slow for a first time viewer but once you watch it, you will know what i am talking about. This movie is for everyone and I think its for everyone. It has nothing to do with sex but to show what happens when you want something that isn't given to you. I'm glad that I saw this movie and I'm glad that I can see it again and again. If you haven't seen it yet, I strongly recommend that you do. You won't regret it!

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Nicholas L.

This film had an interesting take on the black and white comedy and my friend and I both enjoyed it. I also found the movie to be quite different than most comedies that have been made lately. Overall, it was a good movie and I will be buying it. If you have the chance to see it, don't miss it!

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Martha K.

The many 'every day' occurrences of Ayub Khan's life and the many cliches and depictions of the unfulfilled dreams of his wife give rise to a very melancholic result of the movie. The movie shows how human being can lead such a miserable life, and how it can transform themselves from one great destiny to another. The scenes of Ayub trying to solve the problem of his wife's death were especially poignant, and the scene where his daughter who was sick with illness and had also made a sudden decision to give up her marriage, to be with her father was very moving. This is the most talked-about moment of the movie. There is also a scene in the movie where Ayub's son, the nephew of his wife, asking the hero for his help. And the hero did his utmost to take care of the son's family. The movie makes some gross mistakes. Some scenes are not necessary in the movie, while others are not necessary for the movie. Ayub's wife does not leave him alone, but is silent all the time, and their love is overshadowed by the differences in their life. Ayub's wife spends all her time with her friend. The hero does not see Ayub's love. And the hero does not understand that his wife does not have his affection, although he is alive. A very different kind of love in a very ordinary love story. Still, a good movie, and not the only one in this kind.

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Billy R.

In a small Armenian village, two farmers, Afkhen Agaci (Jean-Louis Trintignant) and Vakur Tovrim (Georges Palachian) are separated and unwilling to accept the fact that their spouses are busy with other husbands and work. The following week, Agaci's family loses its farm and Agaci is forced to rent his place. But, the problem is that it is not a house, but a farm where Agaci's wife is working. The village boy and girl, who live in the house, do not like him or his kind. In their hearts, they are bound to hate the young man. Another evil is the way Agaci tries to deal with these issues in his life. He rejects the one who is carrying out a wedding with his wife, and he never tries to stay with his parents, and he does not even have the courage to take his mother and daughter to her wedding. Agaci is a timid man. But he has a friend, Zouhir (Ahmet Bey), who is the owner of a restaurant and a key person in the village's life. The farmer, who is ill, looks after him in his time of need, and offers help to the "child of the village". Zouhir's wife, Selima (Petar Fazili), is Agaci's sister, but Agaci does not see her. When Selima learns that her husband has proposed to marry the farmer's sister, she must decide what to do with her body. When Agaci goes to the wedding with Selima and her husband, Selima leaves the village and moves to a village where she meets her husband's cousin. A friendship is formed and in the end Agaci and Zouhir marry. But, the word that he has just heard in the village is not good. "The Girl From Tano'i" is not a masterpiece of cinema. But it is a good movie. The film is made in a way that shows the villages and the relationship between the villagers, the people, and the village. The plot of the film is quite simple. It is not a long film, so it does not lack in connection between the characters, the plot, and the dialogue. The visual effects are the best part of the film. Every shot of the film is beautiful. The scenes that are filmed in Armenia are very beautiful, because they are so very close to reality. The film is visually interesting. The film is based on the classic novel by George Palachian. I think that "The Girl From Tano'i" is also a very interesting movie. It was a good representation of the Armenian people in a political film. It was a little bit too sentimental for me, and I thought that it was not clear enough, but I liked the film. The only thing I did not like is the ending, because it seems to me that the film could have been better and this did not happen. When I saw

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Bruce Patterson

This movie is about an ageing father and his long running feud with his rebellious daughter. One thing leads to another, and the final outcome is worth seeing, but does not have the "wow" factor of some of the other reviewers who complained of the viewer being left feeling like "It just isn't very good". I would say that the more you think about it, the more you come to realize that it is a portrait of a family that was functioning at the end of its tether, and the ending does not come as a surprise. However, the film is quite intense, and I felt that I had to keep thinking about it to make sense of it all. I can say that this was my first time watching a movie on Netflix that I had not been able to turn off before it finished.

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The best thing I have read about this film is that it is about Turks and Africans; this is actually how the director depicts it in the movie, even though he states that it's more of an exploration of the psyche of Turks and Africans. Basically, the movie is about an artist and his daughter who is not having a normal relationship and they are living together in an unclean apartment. The artist loses his daughter and takes care of her until her mother comes to the rescue. The movie is so intense, and I love it that the cinematography is amazing. It's so difficult to capture a movie in such a way. The film is full of great shots, and I also love the use of music. The music also feels like music. The music is the core of the movie. It's probably not the best film ever, but it's very different. It's a story about a relationship between a woman and her daughter, and also about the relationship between a mother and her daughter. It is different from any other films of this type. I like the film because it has strong language and good performances, and because the music is so beautiful. This movie is not my favorite movie by any means, but I definitely love it. I can't wait to see it again.

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I went to see this movie last night and was completely blown away. This movie truly made me feel like I was there. I was laughing the whole time, as well as crying at the end. Every scene was amazing, from the beginning to the end. The acting was great. They kept it real and didn't cheapen the characters. I just can't believe that people are rating this movie so low. It's a must see!

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I've been reading the comments here and elsewhere, and I was taken aback by some of the complaints. I didn't expect a biographical movie, for example. But I am glad that I saw this film. I feel as though it demonstrates how on a personal level I am affected by my life experiences and the way the experiences have affected my life. I felt extremely emotional watching this film. I don't know if the father was the father of the rapist, but the implication is that he is the father of the son. While I can accept that, I still felt the need to find out more about the father. Perhaps a biography would be better. I believe that at the time the film was made, the movie was so misunderstood that some audiences didn't know what to make of the film. After seeing this film, I am still searching for the father's identity. I also read that many people think the father must have been the father of the rapist. This statement makes me sad because I see the father and the rapist as someone I know very well. I also read that in this particular case the father was involved in the rape and murder of his own son and that was apparently not the father's intention. To me, this statement makes me think that this father is just as guilty as the rapist, but is unable to prove it. He is, however, more than willing to admit his involvement. His son, who was a young child when the events occurred, has since told me that he is ashamed and ashamed of his father. I believe that he should have been punished for the crimes he committed, but I don't think the father will ever be put away for this. He is young and has had no real experience of the realities of his father's life. I think he is still scarred, and I hope he can find forgiveness for his crimes. As an adult, I'm ashamed that I had something to do with his crimes. I hope that someday he will accept the responsibility he has and that he will forgive me. Lastly, I felt the actor who played the rapist was not quite right for his role. While I felt that he did a good job, I don't think he was what I expected. I would have liked him to be more serious and more aggressive. I also felt that the film was drawn out. I thought it was drawn out enough to have its full impact. I don't think the movie was lacking anything in my opinion, just at times I wish it had ended earlier. The fact that I felt this way only adds to the value of the film. I was moved to tears by this film, and I think it is a great film. The acting is good, the movie is well made, and the emotions it elicited is strong. I think it is one of the best biopics I've seen in a long time. I highly recommend it.

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Jason Sanchez

It is a good movie. The director has not done anything amazing, but the story is a great story. There is no need to be a bit sad or angry. The director has done what he can and that is what he should do. I like the guy who works with the director and the girlfriend. I liked the way the movie was told and how it is done. It is not a special movie. It is just a movie that is like any other movie. The people who have seen it are happy.

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Jack Hunter

The film focuses on the life of a father and his son in Ghana, where the father is now on the run from the police, and the son is carrying on an extended relationship with a local prostitute. I had never heard of the film before, but after watching it I was very surprised. I found that it was quite interesting and I think it is a shame that this film was not received very well when it was first released. Most of the film is also spent looking at the relationship between father and son, and when we get to the last part of the film, we see that the father has turned the crime into a way of life for the son. The father and son have been living together for five years, and their relationship is the heart of the film. I thought that the acting was very good, especially for a film based on a book of the same name. Also, the music used in the film is also very good. I recommend this film for people who are into historical films, and for people who like movies with a social message.

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Ryan Beck

I thoroughly enjoyed this film, it was funny and touching, but I feel that some of the main actors could have been more 'acting' and the ending could have been better, but it was still very good. I think the style was amazing, it made the film so much more interesting and what a difference the direction made to the film. The whole film felt like it was shot on video, as it had a 70's style to it and the scenes where a lot of the main actors were looking good and they were actually acting, but for me this made it hard for the viewer to believe that this was a real life movie. But the acting, the music and the style really worked for this film and I liked it.

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Virginia B.

I just saw this film last night. I don't know how it made it to the big screen but it is a gem. A truly incredible story of redemption and forgiveness. And what makes this movie so amazing is the unforgettable performance by the two young actors. And their backgrounds and experiences in life as young adults. The film is a true lesson in hope and forgiveness. I hope there are more films like this in the future. The acting is incredible and the story is inspiring. But the best part is the real characters. These two young actors embody the essence of what it means to be a young adult. The fact that they live in a small town and grow up in such a challenging environment and they handle it with such humility. And the overall theme of this film is hope and forgiveness. I hope they get the recognition they deserve for this wonderful performance. I give this film an A+.