Fatma is around 50, a housewife with six children. She lives in Vienna but grew up in Turkey and clings stubbornly to the traditions and values of the old country. Ayse is 19, and the film begins with her wedding in rural Turkey, to Fatma’s son Hasan. However, when the family takes Ayse to Vienna this is revealed as a c harade… for Ayse is to be the kuma (second wife) of Fatma’s husband Mustafa.

Ayse, a beautiful 19-year-old girl from the Turkish countryside, is chosen to be married to the handsome Hasan, son of formidable and house-proud mother Fatma, who resides in Vienna with ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Kuma torrent reviews

Vel Z (ru) wrote: Da lui mi aspettavo di pi. Per Asia Argento fa la pazza isterica benissimo. Pure troppo.

Matthew K (mx) wrote: An underappreciated surreal black comedy that is best enjoyed amongst a lazy haze of smoke, if you catch my drift. Both whacky and dark, while never being too much of either.

Mau R (gb) wrote: Enjoyed better by males than by females, Marty Mcfly embodies the average teenager with its common ilusions: cars, rock, science, girlfirend, skateboard. Multifaceted, original, well produced, will be fully entertained for the whole family.

Millo T (it) wrote: Elizabeth Taylor is good, but the morality of the time takes too much from the movie.

Heather B (ru) wrote: Ugh. How many 50 cent words can you pack in to one film? The writer of this film is clearly a pretentious a-hole with no soul. However, I still love Jason Bateman.

Tara C (ca) wrote: This Canadian film is a light hearted attempt at the anti-RomCom. Seen from the male perspective, lovable Leo, whose ex wife has recently become famous by blogging about him and why he sucks, falls in love with his new dream girl on her wedding day. Ryan Kwanten (True Blood) plays Leo with all lovable charm, and the scenery of Alberta (pretending to be Colorado) is beautifully lensed.