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Düğün Dernek

Movie, 2013, 101 minutes
Düğün Dernek
On the first day of Ramadan, Ismail joins friends on a road trip to a mosque and encounters his son, who, to Ismail's chagrin, plans a hasty wedding.
The movie Düğün Dernek was released in 2013 and lasts 101 minutes. Parental guidance suggested This movie is Wacky.
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Score: 7.3 of the 10

Ismail's son, Tarik returns to his village after long years of being away and announces that he is engaged to a Latvian woman named Nugesha and although he doesn't have the means for it, Ismail still wants to be the one who pays for the expenses of the wedding. Several problems ensue as he tries to make sure that there is enough money for the wedding.

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Audio: Turkish
Subtitles: French;English;Turkish;Italian;Spanish

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