TARKAN VERSUS THE VIKINGS features a mustached villain, who is the leader of a Viking clan that worships an octopus god-monster. The Vikings wish to kidnap a beautiful girl to sacrifice her... See full summary »
Because of a local blood feud, a peasant family in eastern Turkey decides to sell its sheep - a most precious commodity - in far away Ankara. During their long train ride, bribes must be ... See full summary »
A harsh portrait of Turkey, its people and its authorities, shown through the stories of five prisoners given a week's home leave, and the problems they encounter in adjusting to the world ... See full summary »
In Türkiyë, when a woman is sent to prison, her small children stay with her. In this film, Inci (say "Injee") is sent to prison for murder in self-defense (which warrants incarceration in ... See full summary »
The best adaptation of a comic book (better than lucky Luke anyway:)) The Hunnic comic hero Tarkan (a phenomenon in Turkey) is an Akinci (commando) of Attila khan of Huns (not king, king is bey, khan is emperor) Tarkan is a son of a Beg in Caucasus and orphaned by Alans in his first birthday ceremony adopted by a she-wolf(its very common in Turkish myths) and raised as a wolf after some time a Hunnic man survived from Alan massacre finds him and teaches him to be a knight(the first knight known is him also) to avenge his tribe... In his adventures Tarkan deals with sorcery(mostly women), trickery (mostly from West Romans and Chinese) and treachery (of minor nations). Unlike western or eastern heroes of today Tarkan isn't a super hero like Conan or Sinbad he is the best wrestler ,excellent swordsman, he is vulnerable in some senses (like nationalism and humanism) he can be arrested, he doesn't like to live socially (his best friend is his Wolf) he is loyal to his Khan etc etc... If you have liked Gladiator you will love Tarkan movies as its original in lot senses they are similar but the end....
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