Guys, I have a question. How did you interpret the scene where Riza hands Suhan the empty gun. Aside from it showing that she had the will to shoot/ is her father's daughter, do you think that it was meant to be empty so that Suhan would not have blood on her hands or just meant so Riza remains alive? Hypothetically speaking, would the intention to shoot be equal to shooting in this case where it's a matter of self-defense? Was it merely enough to convey her will, or would her succeeding in the act be morally unjust for her character? I'm curious what you all think.
You said it all The proverb is amazing.
Indeed..it really was difficult for them but they did manage to write some amazing scenes (ep.22-31) which I'm very very thankful for
Anyways..a REAL artist would never abandon his work/project/creation. Artists have an almost religious relationship with their talent. I'm aware that I'm sounding a bit bitter..but money and fame isn't the 'driving force' behind art..especially if the artist is a senior one.
There is a saying in Ancient Greek which can be translated loosely in English like this, nothing is hidden under the sun and it means that nothing stays hidden for ever so we'll see.
Their situation was difficult, no doubt and they had a hard task ahead of them but i think some of their choices in the last episodes were frankly poor and perhaps they could have avoided them.
Totally, canim...but (unfortunately) the writing got REALLY SLOPPY by the end...which wasn't Elif's (+team) fault. They had no clue..and most probably were under stress because of time-management-issues. I feel extremely sad for them tbh.