As Kedi begins to catwalk its way past you in all its glorious oomph, it succeeds in getting that lingering interested glance from you, and maybe even a "hello" waiting to be to be turned into a chat. And by way of conversation, Kedi is no Stephen Hawking, but hooks you on. Only until the next hot thing turns up, however.
Make no mistake; this is a film that is self-confessedly old wine in a new bottle - by the admission of the lead actor himself in a promotional interview. So while it won't teach you lessons of life, it's a bottle that knows what it's doing.