Kis uykusu


Good morning. Had your breakfast?

Good morning. Yes, thanks.

I gathered some mushrooms.

Would you like some fried?

No thanks. Really. I'm full.


Fine. Have a nice day.

By the way...

do you keep horses at this hotel?

No, no horses.

You don't?

I saw horses on your website.

True, there are lots of wild horses

around here.

I mean...

it's just to decorate the website.

I see.

Good morning, Mr Aydin.

- Where on earth were you?

- I'm here.

The client wants his breakfast,

and there's nobody here.

Where's Hidayet?

Here somewhere.

Shall I make your coffee, Mr Aydin?

Shall I make your coffee?

I gathered mushrooms.

Oh, where did you find them?

Is Nihal up yet?

Mrs Nihal got up early

and had breakfast already.

Is she in her room?

I don't know. I suppose so.

Is Necla up?

Mrs Necla hasn't come down yet.

I see.

Bring the coffee to my study.


- Will the dogs attack us?

- No, don't worry.



The horse I'll catch for you

is the toughest breed in Turkey.

Come on, we saw them for 600.

But how old are they?

Are their legs OK? Their tendons?

Any lung or heart problems?

You don't know anything.

You'll go and buy one, then be sorry.

You'll pay 500, then sell it for 300.

I'll catch you a young, sturdy one.

He'll be your friend for life.

Isn't that perfect?

- The color?

- You can choose.

There's a choice.

Just let me check its hooves

to make sure it's sturdy.

Two years ago, I caught a horse.

I entered it in the Jockey Club

endurance race.

It won the 80km event.

The guys said it was

as small as a donkey.

"But donkeys lead camels",

I told them.

That's our Anatolian horses.

I finished 45 minutes

before the rest.

- 45 minutes!

- 27 horses started.

These are our ancestors' horses,

fine, hardy beasts.

So when can we do it?

When I have time

and the weather's fine.

This coming week?

If the mud dries.

I'll let you know.

Did the other one pay

after the warning?

No. Nothing.

The lawyer says we could evict him

in two months.


The law protects the tenants.

They don't know all that.

I don't think

they will even hire a lawyer.


I'm tempted to sell them all,

although they come from my father.

They think you're a bit soft.

That's why they behave like this.

Otherwise, there's no such thing

around here.

How dare they not pay rent?

Come on, Hidayet. What else can I do?

What's so soft about me?

We go to court.

What else can we do?

Well, Mr Aydin,

there are actually

lots of things to do.


F*cking bastard!

Come here, you!

Get up, you!

Keep still or I'll slap you.

- What happened?

- I caught him.

I mean, why is he soaked?

He fell in the water.

He tried to jump the stream

and slipped.

- Any bruises?

- No. He just got wet.

So why throw the stone?

Soaked like that,

best get him home quick

before he catches cold.

I'll explain later, Mr Aydin.


Come on.

- I'll talk to them.

- Alright.

Hamdi hodja!

You get inside.



- What's wrong?

- Nothing.

Your kid fell in the water.

We brought him back quick.

- Where, how?

- Near Issiz.

He slipped jumping the stream

and got wet.

What was he doing there?

He was hiding, waiting for our car.

He threw a stone

and broke our window.

We'd have crashed if I hadn't

managed to turn and brake.

- My son Ilyas?

- Yes.

- He broke your window with a stone?

- Yes. Go see for yourself.

How can such a little kid

break a window like that?

You know better than me, Ismail.

He's your son after all.

Stop bullshitting.

Say what you want.

Nothing to say.

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