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And in a brilliant twist, it is this character who is the hereoine of the film.
Buy or at least rent this hopeful, sad, subtle little knife of a film and you'll find yourself wanting to see Istanbul itself next....
Falling in love with the family and the simpler, quieter traditional Turkish way of life, he decides to keep and restore the hamam.
Great photography. Well rounded characters. Interestingly woven story. Unexpected twists. Didn't see the end coming. Well worth watching . Very satisfying to watch.Published 12 months ago by Terry O'Shea
STEAM is a tasty blend of Turkish/Italian cultures that proves love knows no boundaries. Absolutely no chemistry exists between drop dead gorgeous Allessandro Gassman and Francesca... Read morePublished 15 months ago by Samuel Augustus Jennings
This is one of my favorites, along with "His Secret Life" & "Saturn In Opposition", "Family Flaw" & "The Man in His Life" (BTW, a GREAT French... Read morePublished 21 months ago by Jude Barnes
Wonderful film...I liked it a lot. It involves a man who inherits a bath house and his efforts to fix it up for others to enjoy. Read morePublished 22 months ago by Matti Kniva Spencer
an excellent movie from beginning to end but then i love drama alessandro gassman played a brilliant part will watch againPublished 22 months ago by allen
There are plenty of reviews of this film kicking around. Here's the short version - it's marketed in the USA as "gay movie" - in fact although it is a movie about... Read morePublished 23 months ago by Tim Morgan
While it is true that the lead characters seemed too shallow in the beginning of the film, this turns out to be excellent acting -- as one finds out deeper into the movie and their... Read morePublished on December 21, 2012 by Avocadess
This DVD is a reissue of the film known in the U.S. as Steam: The Turkish Bath but elsewhere as Hamam. Read morePublished on April 19, 2012 by Bob Drake