Karadağlar

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Karadağlar
Written by Alican Yaraş
Directed by Oğuzhan Tercan[1]
Starring Erdal Özyağcılar
Hatice Şendil
İbrahim Çelikkol
Korel Cezayirli
Burak Sağyaşar
Ahmet Rıfat Şungar
Country of origin Turkey
Original language(s) Turkish
Production
Producer(s) Med Yapım[1]
Location(s) Küçükkuyu, Ayvacık, Çanakkale[1]
Running time 90 min.
Release
Original network Show TV
Original release November 8, 2010[2]

Karadağlar is a Turkish television drama loosely based on the novel The Brothers Karamazov[3] by Fyodor Dostoyevsky. It airs on Show TV every week on Monday evenings at 20:00 local time, and is repeated on Wednesdays at 23:00, as well as on Sundays at 16:45.

Overview[edit]

Karadağlar is set in the 1930s,[1] when Turkey was suffering the effects of the Great Depression,[4] and it focuses on the generally strained relationships of the landowner, Halit Karadağ, with his sons, as well as the relationships between his sons. Set in the fictional village of Payidar, the series also shows the tensions that exist between the area's rich landowners and poor villagers.[5]

Cast[edit]

Main characters[edit]

Actor Character in Karadağlar Corresponding character in The Brothers Karamazov
Erdal Özyağcılar[2] Halit Karadağ Fyodor Pavlovich Karamazov
İbrahim Çelikkol[2] Gülali Karadağ Dmitri Fyodorovich Karamazov
Korel Cezayirli[2] Kadir Karadağ Aleksey Fyodorovich Karamazov
Burak Sağyaşar[2] Selahattin Karadağ Ivan Fyodorovich Karamazov
Ahmet Rıfat Şungar[2] Cemal Pavel Fyodorovich Smerdyakov
Hatice Şendil[2] Gülhayat Agrafena Alexandrovna Svetlova
Zeynep Özyağcılar[2] Nazlı Katerina Ivanovna Verkhovtseva
Gökhan Mete[2] Seyit Grigory Vasilyevich Kutuzov
Güzin Özyağcılar[2] Esma Kadın Marfa Ignatyevna
Hale Akınlı[2] Marika
Aliona Bozbey[2] Zuhal

Episodes[edit]

No. Title Air date
1 Episode 1 8 November 2010
2 Episode 2 15 November 2010
3 Episode 3 22 November 2010
4 Episode 4 29 November 2010
5 Episode 5 6 December 2010
6 Episode 6 13 December 2010
7 Episode 7 20 December 2010
8 Episode 8 27 December 2010
9 Episode 9 3 January 2011
Zuhal and Kadir fall out over Kadir's insistence on returning home. Selahattin is tortured by men hired by his father. Halit is told by Cemal that Gülhayat went with Gülali to his home. Gülali starts a fight in Marika's nightclub.
10 Episode 10 10 January 2011
11 Episode 11 17 January 2011
12 Episode 12 24 January 2011
13 Episode 13 31 January 2011
Kadir has doubts about his marriage to Zuhal once again. Selahattin prevents Nazlı from committing suicide. Halit proposes to Gülhayat and is accepted by her, although she has revenge rather than romance in mind. He also hires Nafiz to kill Gülali. Halit and Gülhayat begin their wedding, but some unknown person is pointing a gun at Halit.
14 Episode 14 7 February 2011
Halit is shot at his wedding ceremony just after Gülhayat refuses to marry him. He later recovers, and suspects one of his sons of having shot him. Selahattin proposes to Nazlı. She reluctantly accepts his proposal, but comes to regret having accepted it at all. Gülhayat tries to return to Gülali, who Nafiz has failed to kill, but he spurns her, and she tactically makes peace with Halit.

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