9 Drama movies for those who watched Miracle of the Cell 7 (Netflix)

Social networks were abuzz with the new Turkish production Miracle of Cell 7 The big release among Netflix's drama movies soon became a total hit with audiences.

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In the plot, Memo is a single, mentally handicapped parent. He is unjustly accused of the death of a schoolmate of his daughter, Ova.

The victim, in turn, is the heiress of a high-ranking Army commander, so she doesn't think twice before manipulating jurors and officials to sentence Memo to hang.

The rest of the story we will leave off in order not to spoil the experience of the feature for those who have not seen it yet.

For you who ventured and got emotional in the Turkish drama Miracle of Cell 7 , we have gathered some drama movies with a narrative that pleases those who enjoyed the feature film.

Drama movies for those who enjoyed watching Miracle of the Cell 7

A Dream of Freedom (1994)

Based on a story by Stephen King, a man is sentenced to two consecutive life sentences for the deaths of his wife and her lover, but he insists on his innocence.

In prison, he befriends Red and suffers the brutalities of life in jail.

A Dream of Freedom was nominated for seven Academy Awards, including Best Picture and Best Actor (Robbins). In fact, it ranks first on IMDB's list of best movies of all time.

Forrest Gump (1994)

Even with a low IQ and slow thinking, Forrest Gump never felt disadvantaged. Thanks to the support of his mother, he led a normal life. Correction, a more than exceptional life.

Whether on the soccer field as a sports star, fighting in Vietnam, or as captain of a shrimp boat, Forrest inspires everyone with his childlike optimism.

But, the person Forrest cares about most may be the hardest to save: his childhood sweetheart, the sweet but troubled Jenny.

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Waiting for a Miracle (1999)

A movie classic, a black man is on death row, wrongly accused for the rape and murder of two twin nine-year-old children.

Although he is absurdly large and strong, his behavior is completely opposite to his appearance. Besides being simple, naive, and terrified of the dark, he possesses a supernatural gift that is revealed to the prison warden.

A Lesson in Love (2001)

A father with mental problems takes care of his daughter with the help of a group of friends. With the abandonment of the mother, when the daughter turns seven she begins to surpass her father intellectually.

At this point, their bond is threatened when they attract the attention of a social worker who wants Lucy to be placed in an orphanage.

In this way, he tries to prove that he is a capable father to continue with the little girl.

The life of David Gale (2003)

A correct man under bizarre circumstances is sentenced to death for the rape and murder of his fellow activist.

He is a respected family man and teacher, known for his opposition to just this kind of punishment.

However, three days before his execution, he agrees to give an exclusive interview to the reporter.

The Pursuit of Happyness (2006)

Based on a true story, a father faces serious financial problems and his wife decides to leave. Now a single father, he must take care of his 5-year-old son.

He tries to use his salesmanship to get a better job, but only gets an unpaid internship. His financial problems cannot wait for a promotion and they end up evicted.

So father and son start sleeping in shelters or wherever they can get a refuge, keeping hope that better days will come.

In this way, it became one of the most famous father-son dramas in cinema.

The Fear of 13 (2015)

Nick spent 21 years on death row in Pennsylvania, and always cried out that he was wrongfully convicted.

But after all this time and several life-changing events, he falls ill and decides to send a letter to the state governor demanding his execution within the next 60 days.

In this interview, he recounts the events leading up to his conviction, which takes place over 21 years sentenced to death. Although it is a documentary, it has a good connection to Miracle of Cell 7 and deserves to be on the list of drama films.

The Cabin (2017)

A man is tormented after losing his youngest daughter, whose body has never been found, but signs that she was raped and murdered are found in a cabin in the mountains.

Years after the tragedy, he receives a mysterious call to return to this place. In this way, he will receive a life lesson.

A Tie of Love (2017)

The last on the list of drama films tells the story of a single man single-handedly raising his niece, a child prodigy.

He plans to provide a normal school life for the seven-year-old, but his plans are thwarted when the little girl's math skills catch the attention of her grandmother.

So the grandmother decides to enter a custody battle to forcibly separate the uncle from his niece, to take her to a special school far away to develop the girl's extraordinary abilities in mathematics.

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