Eight movies to debut in Turkish theaters this week

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Eight movies to debut in Turkish theaters this week

The Ottoman Lieutenant

Starring Michiel Huisman, Hera Hilmar, Josh Hartnett, Ben Kingsley, Haluk Bilginer and Selçuk Yöntem, "The Ottoman Lieutenant," which focuses on the love story of an idealist nurse and a Turkish lieutenant as they pass between Istanbul and Van during World War I, will meet cinema lovers this week.

The movie was directed by Joseph Ruben and co-produced by Turkey and the U.S. Yusuf Esenkal and Serdar Öğretici are two of the producers of the film that was written by Jeff Stockwell.

Her Şey Mümkün (Anything is Possible)

Starring Yetkin Dikinciler, Azra Akın, Levent Ülgen, Goncagül Sunar, Mehtap Bayri, Bahtiyar Engin, Kaan Girgin, Umut Oğuz, Bora Sivri and Haldun Dormen, "Her Şey Mümkün" is a romantic comedy that focuses on the life stories intersecting upon two similar men.

Directed by Alper Babayağmur and Yetkin Dikinciler and Azra Akın as the leading actors, you won't want to miss this highly anticipated movie.

New York Masalı (New York Fairy Tale)

The romantic comedy, shot in New York, tells the story of Deniz, who makes radical decisions, and a suicidal young man, Kerem.

Starring Esin Varan, Ahmet Bodur, Peyman Umay, Mert İnanç and Ferhat Daştan, the movie was directed by Doğan Özmekik.

Le Jeune Karl Marx

"Le Jeune Karl Marx"tells the story of Karl Marx as he meets Friedrich Engels, the son of an industrialist, during the exile in Paris.

After meeting Engels, Karls Marx, played by August Diehl, improves upon the ideology he was studying.

The movie, written by Pascal Bonitzer and directed by Raoul Peck, is a mixture of biography and drama.

Their Finest

"Their Finest,"directed by Lone Scherfig, who is known for "One Day" and "An Education," focuses on a team that tries to shoot a propaganda film during the World War II.The film stars Gemma Arterton, Sam Claflin, Bill Nighy, Jack Huston, Rachael Stirling and Jeremy Irons.

100 Bloody Acres

Co-directed by Cameron Cairnes and Colin Cairnes, starring Steve Mouzakis, Meegan Warner, Ian Meadows and Olivia DeJonge, "100 Bloody Acres" is inspired by a TV comedy show that horrifies its participants.

Diary of a Wimpy Kid: The Long Haul

The American comedy, "Diary of a Wimpy Kid: The Long Haul," tells about the journey of the Heffley Family, who are going to the 90th birthday party of Meemaw and it focuses on the adventures of Greg through his journey.

The film, directed by David Bowers, stars Jason Drucker, Charlie Wright, Alicia Silverstone and Tom Everett Scott.

Monkey King: Hero is Back

Directed by Tian Xiao Peng, "Monkey King," a blockbuster of recent times, tells the fight of the exiled Monkey King who makes his return.

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