"I spent most of my days inside because of this series: from the 31st of July, till the 21st of August 2017. 20 days. 20 days of so many excitements, actions, stress, love … My review on #İçerde will be very personal and subjective. The story that the scenario presents is very sensitive. Since I was a little kid, I would always dream of building an orphanage. In that dream, I would collect all the poor kids from the streets and put them in one safe place, where they will learn and embrace their passions. İçerde's entire story is about a kid "Umut" that was kidnapped by the mafia and had to work in the streets and collect money. After years, his big brother went back to search for him. He became part of the mafia just to save his brother and bring him back home.
Umut is a very lonely guy. He struggled a lot in his life, he faced many difficulties. Despite being loved by Eylem and Füsun Teyze and despite being part of Celal's family, he was still lonely. He didn't belong to any of them. All what he ever dreamt of is to find his own family, and live with them, forever. I had so much compassion to this human being. Through him, I clearly understood how important family is. I understood that the love your family gives you is not comparable to any kind of love. It is special, unconditional, unique. A kind of love that gives you strength, happiness, well... everything.
Family is everything. Family comes first, always. This is the message İçerde transmits to us, the biggest lesson of the series. Wherever you look, you will find family: Yusuf Müdür's family, Celal's family and of course Füsun's family. The last scene is absolutely amazing. Despite the fact that Umut is in prison (well sorry I spoiled you here), you can clearly see the happiness he is living. Not only his happiness, but his entire family's! Umut might be in prison, he might not be with them every day, but he is there! and they are here for him, no matter what! This is family!
If you are a person that loves action / thriller series, then you will really enjoy İçerde. Don't forget to take a deeper look to the message the series transmits, it will profoundly touch you.