The 3 TURKISH movies to heal broken hearts are on Netflix; you will cry

During the last weeks, people tend to wonder more about new trends or topics of interest, as it happens with certain genres of cinema or series that are hosted on Netflix.

Let us remember that new options to view content and have entertainment via streaming come to light more frequently; this mainly since the Covid-19 pandemic arrived in Mexico on February 28, 2020.

For this reason we have made the selection of three Turkish films hosted on Netflix, which have managed to position themselves as the favorites of users on said platform; We show them below:

What is “Paper Lives” about?

One of the recommendations of the company based in Los Gatos, California is a Turkish film that will surely move you, the title in Spanish is “Vidas de Papel”. It is the story of Mehmet, a man raised on the streets who is dedicated to collecting collectible garbage, who is immersed in a life of loneliness and illness.

The fate of this man, who lives waiting for a kidney transplant, changes when an 8-year-old boy comes into his life to change it, he tries to give him something different from what he had, Ali is the name of the child and with him the plot of the film that takes place in Istanbul begins to take shape.

Mehmet, despite his painful illness, tries to do his best to take care of the child, from providing him with food, a house and clothing, to fighting for the dream that he can see his mother again who is “kidnapped by his stepfather” , who gave him severe beatings and that was the reason why he was abandoned in a garbage bag.

The moving story takes an unexpected turn as the minutes go by, when Mehmet’s illness worsens and his dear friend Gonzi worries about him, as well as his friends from the slum where he lives. If you want to see a tape with a deep message and that is already in Netflix trends, don’t miss “Vidas de Papel”.

What is “Miracle in Cell 7” about?

“Miracle in Cell 7” tells the story of Memo, a young father with an unidentified intellectual disability, who lives with his daughter Ova in a humble house.

The unconditional love of a father that Memo feels for his daughter, leads him to do everything for her, despite her mental condition and the heartbreaking plot that will unleash issues such as injustice and discrimination both because of her mental problem and because of the level economic.

This film is based on a feature film directed by Lee Hwan-kyung, released in 2013, thus generating various remakes around the world.

The story is set in 1983, so the girl likes Heidi, and wants to get a backpack of that character that Seda, the daughter of a high-ranking military man, can buy.

The story begins when Memo meets Seda one day, who was playing on some cliffs, falling and hitting himself so hard that he later died. The protagonist is forced to sign a guilty confession in order to be sent to prison.

What is “My Father’s Violin” about?

This is the film “My father’s violin” directed by Andac Haznedaroglu, which through a story full of music intertwines the souls of the two protagonists of the film, which will make you cry and will also move you to think about the value generated by having a family or loved ones who take care of people.

This drama of Turkish origin follows a story that will generate strong emotions and emotional moments with a touch of action and intrigue, follows the story of a successful violinist and his orphaned niece, who create a strong bond that unites them to music.

This is how the uncle of the little orphan girl enters a very important phase in his life where he discovers new things, through whom he least expected.

Below we show you the trailer of said film production hosted on Netflix, which is in the Top 10 of the most watched films in Mexico today:


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