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Seytan (1974)

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A little girl is possessed by a demon.

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Credited cast:
Canan Perver ...
Gül
Cihan Ünal ...
Tugrul Bilge
Meral Taygun ...
Gül's mother
Agah Hün ...
The exorcist
Erol Amaç ...
The police chief
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Ekrem Gökkaya ...
Ekrem
Sabahat Isik
Ahmet Kostarika
Ferdi Merter
Ergun Rona
Ismail Hakki Sen
Ali Taygun ...
The doctor
Muzaffer Yener
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In this remake of the 1973 horror hit "The Exorcist", a 12 year old girl named Gul, living with her mother in a cozy, high society life in Istambul becomes possessed by the Satan himself through a Ouija board and a troubled psychiatrist and an experienced exorcist become the girl's only hope for salvation. Written by matheusmarchetti

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Virtually a shot-by-shot remake of The Exorcist. See more »

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Version of Abby (1974) See more »

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Turkish exorcist rerun is still kind of weird, and fun
23 September 2003 | by (Minneapolis, MN) – See all my reviews

Legendary turkish remake of "The Exorcist" is really a hoot. The little girl who gets possessed looks amazingly like Linda Blair, the christian references are severely toned down, (though not quite completely replaced by Islamic counterparts), and they do about what one would expect in such a production. Technical aspects are amazingly minimal, although that isn't really unusual for such Turkish productions. There is a bit of atmosphere and menace to this production, but the cheesy effects work against it. Very rare, I guess, but it should turn up any day now. I suppose it would help if I spoke Turkish, but this is still a mindboggling ride. heh

--Judex.1--


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