First film of Turkish cinema’s 100th year
ISTANBUL - Anadolu Agency
Directed by Kıvanç Baruönü, the film’s shooting has been recently finished in nthe Cappadocia region. Tolga Çevik (L) and Ezgi Mola star in the film.The first film of the 100th anniversary of Turkish cinema will be released on Jan. 1, 2014. The film’s script was written by director and actor Yilmaz Erdoğan and stars Tolga Çevik and Ezgi Mola.
According to a written statement, directed by Kıvanç Baruönü, the film’s shooting has been recently finished in the central Anatolian Cappadocia region, a famous tourist attraction in Turkey. Çevik and Mola are accompanied by Murat Başoğlu, Erkan Can, Ersin Korkut, Ayşenur Yazıcı and Nusret Çetiner in the film.
The film “Patron Mutlu Son İstiyor” (A Happy Ending for the Boss) is a romantic comedy and features the adventures of a scriptwriter, who writes a love story, which has a happy ending, upon the demand of his boss. Sinan, played by Çevik, is sent to Cappadocia in order to write a romantic comedy. Haunted by writer’s block, a demanding boss and a tight deadline, he tries to seek inspiration from the beautiful daughter of the hotel owner, Eylül, played by Mola. The first night they meet, Sinan hears that Eylül is engaged to the famous actor Faruk. Once a good friend, Faruk had become Sinan’s arch nemesis after stealing away his ex-girlfriend. Sinan doesn’t understand how the kind Eylül could be with such a narcissistic man as Faruk.