Documentary • NR • 2017 • 1 hr 19 min
Loved loved this movie. I adore cats and so watching this movie about Turkish people and how much they revere cats made me purr 😼
I'm not big on documentaries, but I loved this one. Seeing this community come together to care for these cats warmed my little dead soul.
Lovely, touching film. A love letter to the city of Istanbul as much as to the feline creatures that inhabit it.
You see Istanbul from the eyes of cats, it was really great!
Unique, complex & beautiful human-cat relationship in Istanbul. Rich cinematography. Many funny moments. Touches on urban over-development.
It's a good documentary about street cats in İstanbul. Fun to watch
Interesting take on "pets" in a different country. Cute just the same.
A beautiful movie-documentary! If you're a cat person, watch it! If you're not, then you're gonna be after watching this movie!
Heartwarming, beautiful and a must see if you love cats
Some beautiful shots of Istanbul and funny commentary on the cats makes it worthwhile. It’s basically an extended cat video with narration
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