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1.       ArriFinu
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 08 Jun 2008 Sun 06:08 am

Hello everybody,
I'm a new member with you, and I'm here particularely to learn Turkish, but my first topic is about a movie.
I wantched a movie a long time ago, it was on the 80's, and the movie was about 2 brothers and a sister, their parents were dead, so, they separated from each other, one was taken by a very wealthy family, the others I can't remember what happened to them (because I was 7yo when I watched it).
the one who was with the wealthy family, lived a very easy life, and the other one was living in the street if I can remember well, but i forgot where was the girl. And finally they meet again after 20 years or more. And they recognised each other by a song that was sang by their father, so they learned the song, and thanks for it they meet when one of them sang the song and one other heard it and knew he was his brother...
The names if i can remember, Embra and Kadichem (sorry if I can't write them well, but I can hardly remember how they were pronounced).
Does anyone know the movie? Can he help me find it? Or at least can he provide me the title?
Because I've been looking for it for long in vain.
Thanks in advance for your help.

2.       nihilanth
4 posts
 01 Jul 2008 Tue 01:14 pm

Hi, I think it's one of "Aysecik Movies", But i'm not sure which one it is.. Actress name is Zeynep Degirmencioglu, maybe this web page will help u to find your movie : http://www.imdb.com/name/nm0214746/

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