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One of those Turkish not so easily and pace running movies. VERY slow and boring cinematography.
I get surprised to find Beyond the Hill being treated as master class in film making cause it's very bad in directing and acting.
Have had so many similar story telling and director of photography waiting so much from its audience, sound editing is outrage and beyond new era film making.
Being living abroad and expecting what my country can make really sucks. Don't give me award winning excuse cause really not sure how they get prizes but can only convince 7-8 theaters for screening. There must be something wrong somewhere! I hate to say it's hard breaking to watch a film long enough where it should have been only 15 Min's...
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