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Wednesday, January 26, 2022

My Father's Violin Movie Review

Gülizar Nisa Uray, Engin Altan Düzyatan, and Belçim Bilgin feature in the Turkish film My Father's Violin (Turkish: Babamin Kemani), directed by Andaç Haznedaroglu and released in 2022. Netflix released the film on January 21, 2022.

 

Is it a good idea for you to watch the movie My Father's Violin? Yes, this is a film with a novel plot and a fantastic conclusion. Two brothers were abused by their alcoholic stepfather and intended to flee, but things didn't go as planned. Years later, one has made a reputation for himself as a musician (after being separated, but acceptance was not easy due to past events.
 
Azman, the daughter of one of the brothers, is a really gorgeous and loving spirit. Her father, Ali Riza, left her with her uncle, Mehmet, who refused to seek custody of her and his trusted friends when he died. Will the uncle accept her, despite the fact that her father's friends want custody of the little 8-year-old girl, Ozlem, or will social services take over?
 
The summary of this movie is about an orphaned girl who bonds with her emotionally distant, successful violinist uncle through their common sadness and affinity for music.

 
Cast
Gülizar Nisa UrayEngin
Altan Düzyatan
Belçim Bilgin
Petek Dinçöz in the role of GülizSelim Erdogan
Ayfer Dönmez
Yigit akir
Yener Sezgin,
Erdem Bas



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