For My Family - Episode 8
"Being poor is not to feel an empty pocket, but to not have someone to hold your hand when you pull your hand off the pocket.”
Both Veli and Hatice raised their kids with the motto above. They were laborers, not greedy and, rich in heart. Maybe they lack some worldly features as a comfy home, a car to ride, lots of money to shop relentlessly, but their children were the essence of them being rich. 19 year-old Kadir, 17 year-old twins Ömer and Asiye, and 6 year-old cutie Emel...Four of a kind to know how to look out for each other. They face challenges of life by saying "let the life come its way", they were happily together as a family. Until that rainy day. That morning, Hatice witnesses to an unfortunate situation where she was sent to her bosses', Nebahat Atakul and Akif Atakul's summer house. Her boss's spouse, Akif Atakul is caught by Hatice whilst he has a love affair with his business partner's wife, Suzan Manyaslı. Hatice, being shocked, finds herself outside of the house. Hence, the series of unfortunate events would not let go of her. While leaving the house abruptly, the young woman is deceased in a car accident. Hatice's husband, Veli, is confused whit what happened. He is suspicious by the fact that she was in Akif Atakul's car. Veli is also a laborer at a construction site Akif owns, and he faces his boss by going to the construction site. When their conversation escalates into a discussion with Akif Atakul, who successfully manages the role of being oblivious of what happened, he becomes the responsible person for Veli's death too. After the two incidents, four bright orphans mourn their parents' death without knowing the fact that the only reason is Akif Atakul's remorselessness. In time, the rich will be the poor and the poor will be the rich in this new system with the secrets that no one knows are being out in the open per by day. Yet, there are partings, surprise partnerships, erratic friendships and impossible loves await...
Starring: Celil Nalçakan, Halit Özgür Sarı, Cüneyt Mete, Fadik Sevin Atasoy, Ahu Yağtu, Simge Selçuk, Yiğit Koçak, Su Burcu Yazgı Coşkun, Aylin Akpınar, Onur Seyit Yaran, Cihan Şimşek, Damlasu İkizoğlu