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How to watch Hayat Öpücügü (2015) on Netflix Germany!

Yes, Hayat Öpücügü is now available on German Netflix. It arrived for online streaming on October 5, 2017.

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Hayat Öpücügü

Hayat Öpücügü (2015)
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German Netflix Release: October 5, 2017
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Director(s): Şenol Sönmez


High-strung Metin finally stops seeing doom and gloom around every corner when he meets vivacious Hayat, but she has her own soul-searching to do.

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Ali Sunal, Hatice Şendil, Ayda Aksel, Ahmet Saraçoğlu, Janset, Zerrin Sümer, Somer Karvan, Ali Çelik

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