Bes vakit

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Year:
2006
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My father's ill.

Can you sing the call to prayer?

Don't get too excited.

He'll get better anyway.

Night...

The Earth turns from west towards

east...

...around an axis supposedly

passing through the poles.

This is what we call

the Earth's daily movement.

This movement of 24 hours

results in night and day sequence.

During this turn, while one side

of the Earth is illuminated...

Mzeyyen, what happened to your

eye?

Her mother has beaten her up,

teacher.

And his father has beaten him up,

teacher.

Enough, sit down!

Continue, Ipek.

During this turn...

...while one side of the Earth is

illuminated, the other side is dark.

The illuminated part is on day time

and the dark part is on night time.

Since the Earth

turns from west to east...

...eastern parts are subject to the

sun earlier than western parts.

Okay. Ozan.

Since the Earth's turn is from west to

east...

...time in west precedes time in east.

Places on Earth take the sun rays

in different angles throughout day.

Sunrise is the time

when the sun is flrst seen.

Yakup, continue.

At those hours, sun rays come

obliquely to the Earth.

This is morning time.

The time when the sun rays are

right angled is the noon.

Sun rays are once again oblique

in the evening.

Then the sun becomes invisible.

This is called sunset.

Sunrise and sunset are not

the result of the sun's movement...

...but the Earth's turn

around its own axis.

The Earth's turn rate is reduced

from the equator towards the poles.

The night and day sequence creates

some phenomena on the Earth.

For example, air, soil and water get

warm and cold accordingly.

Changing temperature in mountains

and seas creates winds.

The heat differences between night

and day cause the rocks to crumble.

Where is my uncle?

My grandpa wants him.

Uncle, grandpa wants to see you.

What is it again,

why did he call for him?

He'll take it out on his son again.

And your husband never complains.

How can he?

It's his father.

His father was the same, too.

So were their ancestors.

My mother used to tell me that his

father's father's father was same.

That is, your husband's grandpa's

father. They're all grumpy!

Well, that's how it is with men.

Sweet as little boys...

...then they become like their fathers

when they are fathers, too.

They all turn out to be mad.

Damn the whole lot!

Breathe in.

Breathe out.

You caught cold.

Your lungs are in a bad state.

Well, it's getting cold out.

You have to take care of yourself.

This little one's really grown.

Are you going to school?

He already can read as well

as this one.

Take these. If you don't feel better

in 3-4 days, you'll need an x-ray.

Then call me.

Get rest and keep warm.

Okay.

What kind of sons you are!

I gave you both land while I am still

alive, but what's the use?

You plow your land, but leave your

father's land unplowed!

And you, good-for-nothing!

At least, he appreciates his land.

What did you do?

Nothing!

Not once you picked out the stones,

not once you weeded the garden!

All right father,don't get upset,

we'll do it all.

If only I could hear him

saying these words once...

We'll do it, father.

He shot it.

But he didn't see that he did.

Is what we've done a sin?

What?

We took the bird that the hunter shot

without telling him.

What he's done is a bigger sin.

Who shoots a bird this little?

What the hell is this!

So he hadn't left it behind

for no reason.

Maybe it was poisonous.

- Give it to your father, then.

- He wouldn't eat it.

- Well done, my son!

- Well done!

- Well done. Watch this. 6 times 8?

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