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it was so stupid and bad movie that i could not stand to watch. i had to leave. the movie is reflecting typical German racist mentality for turks. all turks are reflected as Arabs. German characters are very nice, clean, kind people. But turks are shown rude, stupid, fundamentalist. Anybody in the street who does not know of turks, can think that there is no difference between an Arabic country and Turkey. Turks seems snaky and unreliable during movie. The director is doing his job very well covering his real intention insulting to a nation. more than waste of time or a good opportunity to see how Germans are racist as always they were in the past.
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