This is the story of a man who was insane and was arrested for killing a girl
Although the girl was the same age as his own daughter and the girl was not an ordinary person but a high-ranking general of the army.
Everyone was beating him up thinking he was a murderer
The man’s daughter had been ordering a new school bag from her father for several days
The poor father was saving money when the general and his daughter came to buy bags
And her daughter began to weep
Shortly afterwards, the general’s daughter and the lunatic encountered a man who was chasing her behind a bag when the girl suddenly fell into the water and screamed. When people came, they saw that the girl was dead. The lunatic was accused of murder and He was sentenced to death but miraculously escaped because he was innocent
Even all the evidence was destroyed
The story of eternal love between father and daughter
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Miracle in Cell No.7 or, as it’s brought in Turkish, Yedinci Kogustaki Mucize, is a 2019 Turkish film on Netflix that crawled into the real-time feature’s Top 10 moving motion pictures throughout the end of the week. The film might be new to American crowds, however, with only free time, you should look at it, correct? State what you will about self-segregation, however at any rate you’ll never run out of things to watch on Netflix! A redo of the uncontrollably famous 2013 South Korean film of a similar name, Miracle in Cell No. 7 is the sort of inspiring, endearing story that is consistently a group pleaser among fathers. Coordinated by Mehmet Ada Öztekin, the famous actors Nisa Sofiya Aksongu as a young lady frantic to get back her dishonestly denounced, intellectually incapacitated dad (Aras Bulut Iynemli). In any case, Miracle in Cell No. 7 likewise accompanies a bend finishing that may befuddle a few in case you’re not focusing. In the event that that is you, no compelling reason to rewind, on the grounds that I’m here to help. How about we get into the Miracle in Cell No. 7 completion, clarified. Our primary characters are a young lady, Ova (Nisa Sofiya Aksongur), and her dad, Memo (Aras Bulut Iynemli), a shepherd. Ova’s dad, who has an anonymous psychological issue, is supposed to be a similar age as Ova intellectually. Ova’s mom is dead, and the two live in a little house with Memo’s grandma.