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Eyvah Eyvah

Film poster
Directed by Hakan Algül
Produced by Necati Akpinar
Written by Ata Demirer
Starring Ata Demirer
Demet Akbag
Studio Besiktas Kültür Merkezi
Distributed by Uip filmcilik
Release date(s) February 26, 2010 (2010-02-26)
Country Turkey
Language Turkish
Gross revenue $1,597,709

Eyvah Eyvah is a 2010 Turkish comedy film directed by Hakan Algül and staring Ata Demirer.

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Production

The film was shot on location in Istanbul and Çanakkale, Turkey.[1]

Plot

Hüseyin (Ata Demirer) is a young man living with his grandparents in a village in Turkey’s Thracian region. Two things are of great importance in Hüseyin’s life: his clarinet and his fiancee. However, one day Hüseyin is forced to go to İstanbul and leave behind his beloved village. In the big city, Hüseyin will receive the biggest support from his clarinet and later from a bar singer called Firuzan (Demet Akbağ). Firuzan, who storms İstanbul’s night clubs with her songs, already leads a very colorful and highly complicated life, which, with Hüseyin’s inclusion, gets all the more colorful with comedy and action.

Release

The film opened across Turkey and Austria on February 26, 2010 (2010-02-26) at number one in the Turkish box office chart with an opening weekend gross of $1,597,709.[2]

Opening weekend gross
Date Territory Screens Rank Gross
February 26, 2010 (2010-02-26) Turkey 350 1 $1,597,709
February 26, 2010 (2010-02-26) Austria 6 18 $30,622

Reception

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Box Office

The movie was number one at the Turkish box office and has made a total gross of $1,597,709.[2]

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