“Yeşilçam” continues to move at a remarkably fast pace, packing a great deal of information in a short amount of time. International viewers are once again regaled with a crash course on Turkey’s post-WWII history, where external pressures from the Cold War and the Cyprus Crisis exacerbated existing class struggles and ideological conflicts. Amidst this complex historical backdrop and a cornucopia of erudite references, the intertwining tales of “Yeşilçam’s” main characters are becoming … continue reading on Dizilah–>.
Yeşilçam” is currently available with English subtitles for a reasonable subscription fee at BluTV. Season 1 has 10 episodes of more or less one hour each. Season two of “Yeşilçam” will start on becoming available on 28 October 2021.
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