Synopsis: Yasar is a rogue man killed a man lots of years ago. Cebrail search a man who his father's murderer so he went to Istanbul to chase his father's murderer. Two men meet without recognizing each other. Yasar's intention was robbing Cebrail. Yasar intrigue Cebrail when he learnt what Cebrail wants neverthless Cebrail saves his life against who wants to kill him.
Genre: Comedy, Drama
93 min

This wicked world

has its strange ways.

You can never know

what destiny will bring along.

You have a duty Cebrail.

It's unmoral for you to live

unless you do your part.

- How's that? Am I good?

- Your marksmanship is superb.

What matters is this.

You'll look the enemy in the eye.

You'll look him in the eye...

...to fill his heart with fear.

He should fear you

just as glass fears the stone.


Your enemy may beg you.

Don't pity him.

Pity is the biggest danger.

Cebrail, don't! You should be

merciless against your enemy...

...but not against the weak.

A brave man won't shoot the weak.

Even if the weak one is your

blood enemy, you should help them.

If he's on the ground,

you should help him on his feet.

If he's oppressed, you should

save him from his oppressors.

If he's wounded

you should heal him.

The stronger your enemy,

the greater you will be.

A brave man is remembered

by his enemies.

Yes, mate?

Did the index fall?

That's bad. What do the

technical analysis suggest?

Buy Alcatel shares then.

Alright, mate.

Good evening.

Uncle Cebrail. Do you know

what happenned today?

Hush! Eat up!

- What happened?

- Zlfikar from Istanbul called.

Listen to dad!

- What did Zlfikar say?

- Our blood enemy Yaar...

- ... has returned from Romania.

- I said shut up!

Did Zlfikar see our

blood enemy Yaar?

Yes. So what?

What do you mean? Shall we not

revenge our father's blood?

Are you nuts?

What's past is past.

That bastard completed

his sentence in jail.

What's the use of revenging your

father? Will it make us proud?

- At least you shouldn't say that mom.

- Why?

Your father was a skinny, sick man.

If that poor guy didn't shoot him...

- ... he'd have died on his own.

- We're entering a new millenium

and you're talking of a blood feud!

- Where's my father's bloody shirt?

- Which bloody shirt?

- How many does he have?

The one he wore

when he was shot.

Oh, that one. I've washed it and

made a t-shirt of it for Tolga.

Are you crazy?

What are you looking for?

Where's the gun?

Where's father's gun?

Halil sold it to buy

a mobile phone.

Bro, what's this fuss?

With what am I going to shoot...

- ... my blood enemy in Istanbul?

- Everyone in the village says...

that you and grandpa are nuts!

Are you going to save the country?

That Zlfikar is a maniac too.

How can you trust his word?

You have no respect

for the code anymore.

What are you talking about?

According to the code...

...it's my right to take revenge.

And I'm waiving my right.

Father gave the charm to me

when he was shot.

What he meant was "You're taking

the charm, you'll take my revenge. "

I've waited 20 years for this day.

It's time now.


F*ck your code!

Uncle Cebrail! Could you bring me

a leather ball from Istanbul?

Yellow-red, Galatasaray colours.

They don't sell those here.

I'll get your ball after

I've revenged our blood.

- Who's there?

- It's me, Grandpa!

- What's up Cebrail?

- I have good news.

Our enemy Yaar

has returned from Romania.

- Zlfikar has seen him in Istanbul.

- Thank goodness!

The time has come.

What are you waiting for?

- I need your gun.

- What happened to your father's?

Brother Halil sold it

and bought a mobile phone.

Lousy bastard! Your brother is just

as low as your mom.

But you're different, you're like

your father. You're brave.

It's time now. Finally

God has favoured us.

You'll find your blood enemy

Yaar and kill him.

Find Zlfikar in Istanbul.

He's brave, a man of his word.

He'll help you.

Cebrail, this is my money

for my grave.

Use it for the journey.

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