Last Call for Istanbul
Title: Last Call for Istanbul
Original title: İstanbul İçin Son Çağrı
Release year: 2023
Country: Türkiye
Genres: Drama, Romance
Director: Gönenç Uyanık
Stars: Kıvanç Tatlıtuğ, Beren Saat, Shayan Ar
Rating: 2/5

A chance meeting at the airport leads two married people to an unforgettable night full of excitement, desire, and temptation in New York City.

2.0 out of 5 stars (based on 2 reviews)
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Stupid beginning that ruins the rest of the movie.


The female sees her bright yellow bag go by but doesn’t grab it . Instead peeking at another passenger. Then a man grabs the yellow bag. She waits for another yellow bag and immediately opens it instead of looking at the name on the bag. Instead of going to airport desk, she decides to let the passenger she was eyeing go around nyc to search for mystery passenger who has her bag. A grown married woman with a huge pocketbook said she put her wallet and cellphone in her lost luggage. So she has no money in nyc. She gets a room in nyc without money and a designer dress and sparkly shoes without money. The passenger with her bag won’t return it until the next day. So these these 2 married people go out to bars and end up in skid row where she is mistaken for a prostitute and he has to beat up the pimp. Then off they go on their adventures in NYC. Stupid movie with dumb characters.


Last Call for Istanbul": A Tale of Lost Luggage and Unexpected Encounters


In the bustling heart of New York’s JFK International Airport, two strangers, Serin (Beren Saat) and Mehmet (Kıvanç Tatlıtuğ), find their paths intertwined amidst a whirlwind of lost luggage and delayed flights. Their chance encounter sparks an unexpected connection, drawing them into a night of exploration, self-discovery, and a poignant exploration of love, marriage, and the delicate balance of loyalty.

As Serin and Mehmet navigate the vibrant tapestry of New York City, their conversations delve into the complexities of their personal lives. Serin, a happily married architect, finds herself questioning the monotony of her routine, while Mehmet, a charismatic businessman, grapples with the emotional weight of his past. Amidst the backdrop of iconic landmarks and the vibrant energy of the city, their connection deepens, blurring the lines between friendship and something more profound.

The film’s narrative unfolds with a captivating blend of humor, romance, and introspection, delicately balancing the weight of unspoken emotions and the intoxicating allure of a fleeting connection. Tatlıtuğ and Saat deliver captivating performances, imbuing their characters with a depth and authenticity that resonates with the audience. Their chemistry is undeniable, fueling the palpable tension that electrifies their interactions.

“Last Call for Istanbul” is a captivating tale of missed connections and newfound possibilities, exploring the transformative power of chance encounters and the lingering echoes of unfulfilled desires. It reminds us that sometimes, the most unexpected journeys can lead to the most profound discoveries, challenging our perceptions of love, relationships, and the choices that shape our lives.

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