Lal gece

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2012
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Nephew, you've been through a lot...

...spending your life behind bars.

I've had a big part in that, I know.

Now off you go, have your wedding.

Know happiness from now on at least.

Go have a wedding worthy of

this family's rank and honour.

- Off you go, sweetheart. Goodbye.

- In the name of God!

- God speed and good luck.

- Amen, amen!

May God bless you with happiness.

In the name of God, the Merciful...

- Don't cry, dear. I can't bear it.

- Goodbye, little sister.

- May God make you happy.

- Amen, amen.

God speed and good luck.

You're carrying the family's honour.

May God make your new home a happy one.

Be sure not to let the family down.

- Don't cry, don't cry.

- C'mon, let's take her out.

From the groom's sister-in-law.

God bless! Congratulations!

A bracelet from the groom's sister.

God bless!

I'm his uncle's wife. God bless!

A bracelet from the bride's sister.

God bless!

A bracelet from the groom's cousin.

Congratulations!

It's beautiful.

Thank goodness you're out of jail!

We're all glad to have you back.

I hope by the grace of God

you'll see better days from now on...

...and that we can all get together

like this now and then.

May God keep anyone

from going to jail again.

Amen, amen!

Over to you, musician!

Play and let's celebrate.

- God bless!

- May God grant a happy home!

C'mon, sweetheart.

- Congratulations! God bless!

- Thanks, thank you.

- Where should I put these?

- Over on the table there.

- God bless! May she be happy.

- Thanks.

- Where should these go?

- Take them to the table over there.

- Good luck!

- God bless!

Now off you go.

Leave your sweet things behind

and take the bitter with you!

- May God give you his blessings!

- Be happy in your home!

God bless you all.

Thanks, everyone.

May God give you happiness!

Amen. And may He grant the same

to your daughters.

God willing!

How's it going, sweetheart?

Are you all right?

God bless you and make you happy.

You've come to your new home.

Always be happy and at ease

in your new home.

Do as your husband says.

Be comfortable here.

Remember your husband's honour

and your family-in-law's honour.

Don't cry, dear. OK?

We've all been brides like you.

We'll all done it.

We've settled into our new homes.

You'll be happy in your home too.

OK, sweetheart? Don't be upset,

or you'll make me upset for you.

This is your home.

No matter if your husband

beats you or curses at you...

...you're not to walk out of that door.

This is your home.

Now here's the bridal sheet.

You sleep on this with the groom.

Then they'll come by at dawn.

They'll knock on your door

at the time of morning prayers.

You must fold the sheet

and give it to them at the door.

Then you can go back to bed

and sleep in peace with your husband.

OK, dear?

May God give you peace and happiness.

Be happy and comfortable here.

This is your home.

I'm leaving now. Goodbye, God bless!

This is your home now.

You arrived in a white wedding dress

and you'll leave in a funeral shroud.

Whether your husband beats you

or curses at you, you can't leave.

OK, dear? Good night then.

Welcome.

Welcome to your new home.

They're just playing jokes,

silly asses!

Are you scared?

But there's nothing to be scared of.

It's a tradition.

They're just friends playing jokes.

It's all part of the wedding thing.

You deserve better than this, but...

Please accept it

as something grander.

My, it's hard work getting to see

that pretty face of yours!

Well, in that case

let's try another way.

I don't seem to have pleased you

with my wedding gift.

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