If only there were a Turkish word for a movie that makes you feel a deep appreciative love for an animal you only kind of liked, but also convinces you that one of the things you love about them is a trait that applies to their playful sense of community that you wouldn't get to capture if you were taking care of them, and therefore you come to terms with the fact that you can't ever truly be happy taking care of one even though they're much easier to take care of than a dog.
This movie is flawed in so many ways. There's a sequence that was clearly only inserted into the film as a way to get a certain actor into the movie. The drama of the climax is undercut by a crazy obvious solution that should have been everybody's first thought. The very first accent/voice you hear in the movie, although purposeful (I know, I know, Dick Van Dyke did it) does NOT inspire confidence.
All of that said, this is currently…