Ask geliyorum demez

Synopsis:
Genre: Comedy, Romance
 
IMDB:
5.2
Year:
2009
95 min
24 Views


Here is Mahmutpaa.

Heart of business life in Istanbul.

There are people from

many different ethnic origins here.

Turk, Kurd, Armenian, Laz, Circassian...

...all after bread money.

In this place we earn our bread money.

Hamdi Market Place is like a

It has witnessed so many earthquakes,

financial crises and catastrophes...

...but still standing solid and

provides a business environment.

The businessmen here are good.

They concentrate on their business

however sarcasm never ends.

C'mon boys, lets finish the packing.

It is our only sale nowadays.

The financial crisis has fu...

found us already.

The shipment must be on time.

- Good morning, Nafiz.

- Good morning, son of a Laz.

By the way, my name is Nuri.

I run a tea shop in Hamdi Market Place.

In short, I serve tea.

As I very quickly go in and out of

the shops they call me Jet Nuri.

- Jet Nuri! Where are the teas?

- They are on the way.

He is demanding as if

he is the best customer.

- Nuri, bring me a tea!

- One minute, I am coming.

You share those. I don't

want to hear any objections.

They would be more than

enough for you, bullocks.

Have a good day.

Just give 2.

- Nafiz, can I cash the tokens now?

- How much?

You are 4 people and each of

you drink 2 teas every day.

You haven't paid me for 2 months.

- If you pay me 120 TL it is settled.

- What the hell are you...

I mean what are you saying, son?

We always drink light teas.

Light means half.

I have never served here half, Nafiz.

But we always drink light

teas and light means half.

- What do you mean by half?

- Halfmeans light.

I pay you half of 120, which is 60

and if we round it that makes 50.

You would get nothing from me

if the crisis had really hit us.

Nafiz, when it comes to the payment,

you always give me hard time.

What would have happened

if the crisis had really hit you?

You've just heard.

He wants to rob us.

There are no more teas fortoday.

- Good morning, uncle.

- Thanks, Nuri.

Look, there are 3 things that can not be

hidden son smoke, love and poverty.

- Rememberthat!

- You are the greatest Uncle Miran!

- May I tell you something?

- Tell me, son.

Let's say that yourteam has conceded...

...6 goals although played very well.

How can you hide that?

Get lost you ass! It has been so

many years and you still mention it?

We have scored 6 goals,

what a great team is Fenerbahce!

- Then you should not have given away.

- Shut up!

Atilla, isn't this

panties small forthat ass?

- Do you know the saying?

- What saying, Atilla?

A path is better if goes down hill,

an ass is better if looks like a big hill.

Is that so?

You are great, Atilla.

Have a nice day.

- Fenerbahce is the greatst!

- Get lost!

What's up, Cemal?

Thanks, bro.

One day we will all see the sun.

He has already had sun stroke.

He doesn't need more sunshine.

Common you athletic revolutionist.

The supporter of oppressed people.

Look! He has just seen the sun!

Give him a hand, don't laugh.

I can't help him. I have work to do.

You never pee on a wounded finger.

You, get up!

Are you still trying to

postpone the fucking payment?

Send my goods back.

Have a good day, Laz Dursun.

Isn't it hard to talk

on the phone like that?

What kind of a guy you are, Nuri?

But you are absolutely right.

As usual.

- Have a good day.

- Thanks.

Where have you been

you son of a gun?

Here I am, bro.

Name of a vegetable with 5 letters,

starts with b ends with s.

Balls.

Brans.

F*ck off, you bastard.

Neither balls nor brans.

I'm going.

It is beans.

- Good morning, principal.

- Good morning, Nuri.

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