Movie quotes

  • Kuma
    • Kuma

      (2012)
    • 00:01:58 Ayse just has to...

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      • 00:01:51 Be quiet and pull yourself together.

      • 00:01:55 Let's go.

      • 00:01:58 Ayse just has to...

      • 00:02:03 Of course!

      • 00:02:49 Stop fiddling With that!

    • 00:05:14 - Take good care of Ayse. - We will.

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      • 00:05:03 It was even difficult with Kezban.

      • 00:05:05 And we live in the same district.

      • 00:05:14 - Take good care of Ayse. - We will.

      • 00:05:20 Come with me.

      • 00:05:23 Thank you for everything.

    • 00:09:29 This is Ayse.

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      • 00:09:23 And this little man is Oktay, Kezban's son.

      • 00:09:26 And this is Mehmet, my little boy.

      • 00:09:29 This is Ayse.

      • 00:09:35 How was the journey? Are you exhausted?

      • 00:09:37 - No, we got here just fine. - It must be lovely there.

    • 00:15:00 Ayse, where did you sleep last night?

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      • 00:14:54 Like you.

      • 00:14:56 She's always like me when she's being naughty, isn't she?

      • 00:15:00 Ayse, where did you sleep last night?

      • 00:15:02 Because husbands and wives share a room, don't they?

      • 00:15:05 My brother slept in our room. What about you?

    • 00:15:18 BYE. Ayse.

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      • 00:15:09 Son, take your snack and your sisters'. Hurry up.

      • 00:15:13 You all have to go.

      • 00:15:18 BYE. Ayse.

      • 00:15:19 Bye.

      • 00:15:21 Nurcan! Elmaz! Mehmet has your snacks.

    • 00:20:07 Ayse's helping me.

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      • 00:19:58 You'll get lockjaw from yawning so much.

      • 00:20:04 Mama, don't you want me to help you?

      • 00:20:07 Ayse's helping me.

      • 00:20:14 Anything else you need?

      • 00:20:16 I'll see you the day after tomorrow. The next appointment.

    • 00:21:19 And we have Ayse now.

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      • 00:21:13 I can get the children ready for school.

      • 00:21:15 No, thanks. You have a family of your own to look after.

      • 00:21:19 And we have Ayse now.

      • 00:21:24 Then we'll go.

      • 00:21:28 - Good night. - Good night.

    • 00:23:29 Little Ayse, how lovely to see you.

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      • 00:23:12 All moved. It's over there now.

      • 00:23:26 - I think you always have this one. - Thanks very much.

      • 00:23:29 Little Ayse, how lovely to see you.

      • 00:23:33 My dear.

      • 00:23:34 How is Fatma'?

    • 00:24:26 Ayse is with the children.

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      • 00:24:19 It's difficult, but I call round at home every day to see to things.

      • 00:24:23 You don't need to.

      • 00:24:26 Ayse is with the children.

      • 00:24:30 Don't bring the baby next time. It's not right.

      • 00:24:36 How are you'?

    • 00:45:43 And you want Ayse to remarry.

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      • 00:45:37 I don't know. Maybe she wants to get married again.

      • 00:45:40 It's not a week since your father died so suddenly.

      • 00:45:43 And you want Ayse to remarry.

      • 00:45:45 Is something wrong with you?

      • 00:45:52 Maybe her family wants her back.

    • 00:45:56 Ayse is pan of this family now.

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      • 00:45:52 Maybe her family wants her back.

      • 00:45:54 What are you saying?

      • 00:45:56 Ayse is pan of this family now.

      • 00:45:59 That's your sister there.

      • 00:46:01 Am I supposed to go and find myself a new husband, too?

    • 00:48:21 Thanks, Ayse.

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      • 00:48:10 She's much better now, thank God.

      • 00:48:15 Thanks.

      • 00:48:21 Thanks, Ayse.

      • 00:48:28 Well, you've found out fast enough what your husband likes.

      • 00:49:07 Well then, good night.

    • 00:55:40 AYSe!

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      • 00:54:49 Are we all right?

      • 00:55:32 “Se?

      • 00:55:40 AYSe!

      • 00:56:23 It's very hard for me, too.

      • 00:56:27 You know?

    • 00:57:34 Ayse. Come and sit with us.

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      • 00:57:28 My father's like that, too.

      • 00:57:30 - Right. - Nothing but gossip.

      • 00:57:34 Ayse. Come and sit with us.

      • 00:57:37 Come on.

      • 00:57:38 Don't be shy.

    • 00:58:19 - Maybe it's the same for Ayse. - Impossible.

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      • 00:58:14 I told you that was a secret.

      • 00:58:17 A problem shared is a problem halved.

      • 00:58:19 - Maybe it's the same for Ayse. - Impossible.

      • 00:58:29 Have you noticed how our Osman stares at Ayse'?

      • 00:58:33 No.

    • 00:59:06 Ayse is working every day this week.

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      • 00:59:00 Come to dinner this evening. I'm making stuffed peppers.

      • 00:59:03 - You're cooking? - Who else?

      • 00:59:06 Ayse is working every day this week.

      • 00:59:14 What? What is it?

      • 00:59:18 Didn't you bring her into the house to help out?

    • 01:24:37 Auntie Ayse should read that to you. It's her favourite book!

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      • 01:24:11 But I know the key is with you.

      • 01:24:32 Please eat something.

      • 01:24:37 Auntie Ayse should read that to you. It's her favourite book!

      • 01:24:41 Auntie Ayse, come and read.

      • 01:24:44 Auntie Ayse, Auntie Ayse!

    • 01:24:41 Auntie Ayse, come and read.

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      • 01:24:32 Please eat something.

      • 01:24:37 Auntie Ayse should read that to you. It's her favourite book!

      • 01:24:41 Auntie Ayse, come and read.

      • 01:24:44 Auntie Ayse, Auntie Ayse!

      • 01:24:48 Look, Auntie Ayse, this is a dog. His name is Schnuckel.

    • 01:24:44 Auntie Ayse, Auntie Ayse!

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      • 01:24:37 Auntie Ayse should read that to you. It's her favourite book!

      • 01:24:41 Auntie Ayse, come and read.

      • 01:24:44 Auntie Ayse, Auntie Ayse!

      • 01:24:48 Look, Auntie Ayse, this is a dog. His name is Schnuckel.

      • 01:24:52 I know.

    • 01:24:48 Look, Auntie Ayse, this is a dog. His name is Schnuckel.

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      • 01:24:41 Auntie Ayse, come and read.

      • 01:24:44 Auntie Ayse, Auntie Ayse!

      • 01:24:48 Look, Auntie Ayse, this is a dog. His name is Schnuckel.

      • 01:24:52 I know.

      • 01:24:54 - Has she eaten anything today? - No, but I hope she will.

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