"Maybe you'll see the last cigarette I smoke," Fatih Akin said as he took a seat at the table and plunked down his little white box of vice. The filmmaker, 42, sported an easy man bun and fiddled with a set of hotel matches.
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Director Fatih Akin follows up Head-On and The Edge of Heaven with Soul Kitchen, a comedy about food, family, and gentrification in Hamburg. It's a delightful dish.
Soul Kitchen, the latest movie from German-Turkish director Fatih Akin, is quite a change from his two previous films. It's a very funny comedy about various kinds of relationships.
I am looking forward to seeing Turkish-German director Fatih Akin's new movie, Soul Kitchen, at Tribeca. I so enjoyed two of his previous films that I decided to watch them again.
So Tribeca, here I come. Sure, I could eventually find some of these films on Netflix, but I'm betting that being at the film festival will enhance my viewing experience exponentially.
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