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Son Osmanlı Yandım Ali
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1.       caliptrix
3031 posts
 15 Feb 2007 Thu 11:45 am

Have you heard anything about this film?
Son Osmanlı Yandım Ali

It is based on an old Turkish cartoon. Starring: Kenan İmirzalıoğlu and Cansu Dere.
I put some photos about the film on this page:
turkblog.info/site/node/22

2.       longinotti1
1090 posts
 16 Mar 2007 Fri 11:37 pm

There was an English review in Today Zaman. It sounds pretty interesting. They said the special effects are state of the art, that it hopes to restore Turkish Cinema to the level(meaning ticket sales in Turkey) it had in the 70s when very many films were made.

They said Indy films like Uzak, (Nuri Bilge Ceylan) do very well in Europe and America, but Turks don't buy many tickets. (I saw Uzuk in the USA, we liked it).

Anyway, the movie "Son Osmanlı Yandım Ali" has an action hero, like the classics in the 70s. I plan to buy a DVD when they come out.

3.       vineyards
1952 posts
 17 Mar 2007 Sat 10:01 am

4.       Quasimodo
0 posts
 17 Mar 2007 Sat 01:10 pm

Quoting vineyards:

Well overpatriotism is on the rise. They are millions of eligible people. They want to sell tickets to those. The plot is simple. Stereotypes have long been around. So, pick one and shazam! You have a groundbreaker in your hand.



These lines themselves are a good example of stereotype!

5.       vineyards
1952 posts
 17 Mar 2007 Sat 03:46 pm

6.       Quasimodo
0 posts
 17 Mar 2007 Sat 04:25 pm

Now that you're concerned about stereo of all kind, the demon of the void, here is for you an IQ test concerning the very stereo! First try to perceive what is (not) what and why, then I can teach you stereo of all kind.

7.       vineyards
1952 posts
 17 Mar 2007 Sat 04:27 pm

8.       CARTEL
63 posts
 17 Mar 2007 Sat 04:46 pm

the wovie is good i recommend it gidin

9.       Quasimodo
0 posts
 17 Mar 2007 Sat 06:11 pm

Ouh, vineyards! You won't play the game any more? Is that because you don't like chemical stereo? Whereas you seemed to be satisfied with dolby stereo. Or you feel now something blade-like in your ass?

10.       Sherlock
9 posts
 07 May 2007 Mon 11:31 am

I saw the promo, it looked real nice, OST is great too, I was able to get the soundtrack from friends.

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