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I Love You (Ay Lav Yu)
Running Time: 100 minutes
Language: Turkish with English Subtitles
Venue: Playhouse Theater
Cast: Mariel Hemingway, Sermiyan Midyat, Steve Guttenberg, Kathie Gill, Meray Ulgen, Muhammed Cangoren
Showtime: Monday, April 11, 2011 @ 06:25 PM
Director: Sermiyan Midyat
Description: Yusuf Agha and its whole family have been living in an abandoned village in Turkey for over a century. When Yusuf's 30-year old son Ibrahim returns to his homeland after finishing his military service, he wants to introduce his love Jessica, an American girl he fell in love with, to his family.
After Jessica manages to take her family to Tinne to meet Ibrahim's parents, different cultures and philosophies become part of the same comedy.
A remote village in Southeast Turkey, Tinne has been forgotten by the government for years. Neither the village, nor any of its people exist officially, even though the family of Yusuf Agha have lived there generations. Hoping his newborn son Ibrahim will get an identification certificate, Yusuf leaves him in the courtyard of the college, where he is adopted by Father Hanna. Having finished his military service and graduated from college the 30-year-old Ibrahim (Sermiyan Midyat) returns to a joyful welcome in the village.
However, the villagers are shocked to learn that Ibrahim is in love with a foreigner, a girl named Jessica (Kathie Gill) from America. They both have a hard time trying to convince their families. Finally, Jessica persuades her father (Steve Guttenberg), her mother (Mariel Hemingway) and her brother to join her on a life-changing trip to Tinne.
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