Ala Mar Al Zaman
In the 1960s, the Akarsu family is made up of Captain Ali Akarsu, his wife Cemille, and their 4 children; Berrin (who studies law at Istanbul University), Aylin and Mete who are both in high school and 5 year old Osman. Yet on one trip, the captain will have one affair, and from that point on everything will change for the Akarsu family forever.
Tuesday, 02:00 (GMT) ~ 05:00 (KSA)
Saturday, 02:00 (GMT) ~ 05:00 (KSA)
Monday, 02:00 (GMT) ~ 05:00 (KSA)
Friday, 02:00 (GMT) ~ 05:00 (KSA)
Thursday, 02:00 (GMT) ~ 05:00 (KSA)
Wednesday, 02:00 (GMT) ~ 05:00 (KSA)
Sunday, 02:00 (GMT) ~ 05:00 (KSA)
A sea captain that is frequently out of Istanbul on one of his trips, Ali Akarsu (Erkan Petekkaya) is the head of the Akarsu family. His wife Cemille (Ayca Bingol) is a patient gentle creature that is the main reason that this marriage has worked for so long. The children are Berrin (Yildiz Cagri Atiksoy) a law-student at Istanbul University, Mete (Aras Bulut Iynemli)- an aspiring and talented singer/songwriter, and Aylin (Farah Zeynep Abdullah) also like Mete in high school, and finally young 5 year old Osman (Emir Berke Zincidi).
After one of his exceptionally long trips Ali returns and seems restless. Cemille has her suspicions confirmed when she finds a letter to Caroline in Ali's clothes. Ali has started an affair with Caroline (Wilma Elles) and this brings trauma to the whole family in many different ways. What will Cemille do now that she has found out about Ali's affair? Who will Ali ultimately choose; Cemille the mother of his children or his lust for Caroline? Can his children ever forgive him for destroying their family?
- Erkan Petekkaya as Ali Akarsu
- Ayca Bingol as Cemille
- Yildiz Cagri Atiksoy as Berrin Akarsu
- Aras Bulut Iynemli as Mete Akarsu
- Farah Zeynep Abdullah as Aylin Akarsu
- Emir Berke Zincidi as Osman Akarsu
- Wilma Elles as Caroline
Directed by: Zeynep Gunay Tan