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Necip Kara, Ayshe's husband, is three years into a 10-year term for fraud and, having entrusted Nihat with the keys to Necip's car, she decides to ditch her marriage.One reason for her decision, as Nihat learns, is that the two men bear an uncanny likeness to one another: Literally the only difference between them is that Ayshe's husband wears spectacles, while Nihat sports a villainous handlebar moustache.Pirselimoglu walked away with both the Golden Tulip for Best Film and the best screenplay prize.While the event hosted a requisite number of world premieres (four) and Turkish premieres (three), some Turkish film habitues have remarked that the 10 works contending in this year's national competition have not been the strongest in the festival's 33 years.He packs a suitcase of Ayshe and Necip's things – including a pair of the prisoner's discarded spectacles – and returns to his house.There he shaves his moustache and begins to live as though he were another man, finding another Ayshe in the process.
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