Thursday, December 12, 2019
= characters. Yeliz seems pretty one-dimensional at first (albeit in an entertaining way), but as the movie goes on we get more insight into her character, and she feels well rounded by the end.
Another film coming from Turkish comedian Güpse Ozay], Görümce
Some of the moments are a bit cringey, in watching just how badly Yeliz messes things up, or at least tries, but it's never to the point where it's hard to watch (at least, until the one point where it's meant to be).
comes off as shockingly and hilariously creepy. How much of it was intentionally meant to be weird I can't say, but how straight the actor plays him He sometimes comes across as genuinely charismatic
Güpse Ozay] is a very versatile actress, and her turn as Yeliz is no exception. She's over the top, hyperactive, while also giving many lines an amusing understatement even if its something really important. Her visual performance is great as well, and even if you watched the movie on mute, you wouldn't miss out on a thing with her =.
The rest of the actors do well
The writing, also by GüO]
the music is a little overdramatic at times, but I guess that comes with the territory of Turkish films. They sure do love their drama!
Görümce isn't the deepest of films, but that's not an issue. It's effective at what it tries to do, and is quite an entertaining