Merhamet is a must-see series for fans of quality Turkish dizis and certainly for fans of Ibrahim Celikkol. It relates a triumphant story of a young woman’s personal battle against the fate she was born with.
Adapted from the novel, KAHPERENGI by Hande Altayli, the dizi was written for television by Mahinur Ergun. Neither a single episode describing Narin Yilmaz’s journey to escape unfathomable circumstances to become a lawyer, nor her love story with Firat Kazan, leave the viewer indifferent or unaffected. Likewise, the fate of members of Narin and Firat’s families, their friends and the unexpected ending have a lasting impact on the viewer.
Read the entirety of this wonderfully layered review by Joan Hiver, here.
Thanks for this really insightful review. Your descriptions are spot on. I also found the characters realistic and as in many dizi’s they still tried to connect to their horrible abusive father and give him chances. I am very upset with the ending that made no sense and felt like a slap in the face to the characters and script. The last few episodes were also difficult to connect to but in general, the acting and stories were wonderful especially the main actress. Agree about the ending?
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