Takva: A Man's Fear of God (2006)

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A promotion brings a Muslim's relationship with God into question.


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16 May 2007 | ejderkelebek
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| God, Relations and perfect role Play
The film is about a devoted man to God and his rise in a Way of Islamic society. The film focuses on an ordinary man's Islamic life to his interference with money affairs and the results of it. The psychological state of the man is analyzed from sociological way as well.

The film is great from two main aspects. The first aspect is Erkan Can's wonderful role play. Enormous acting performance. Just unbelievable. The other great side is, the film is shot at real historical places of Istanbul.

The only weakness of the film is the end part of it. The enormous entrance the psychological and sociological perfectness in the beginning was not given in as good as beginning.

Moreover as a philosopher I would like to comment that this film gives a side of Islamica philosophy both its sociology.

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Release Date:

1 December 2006

Language

Turkish


Country of Origin

Germany, Turkey

Filming Locations

Istanbul, Turkey

Box Office

Cumulative Worldwide Gross:

$2,040,826

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