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Farah Zeynep Abdullah,
The script is stolen from a story of Mr.Stephen King's
the movie is claimed to be made in 2001 yet entering the scene in 2007. As if this not enough to raise some suspects, the entire scenario is STOLEN from (or let's say "highly inspired by") a story of Stephen King.
I don't know if you ever read "Rage" the novella by Stephen King (Pls check out the book in your local book store or at amazon.com) The original story was first published in 1977 under the alias name Richard Bachman.
A story about a high-school student called Charlie Decker who went insane and took hostage of his entire class. The story brings out many reflections on every sort of criticism to the education system and society all through the eyes of a 17 y/o kid along with a first-class thriller.
Cagan Irmak is FOOLING the Turkish audience by a script which, he hopes, no one else remembers or knows of the original story.
Any note or tribute to Mr.Stephen King? Please, don't make me laugh! We're talking about the Turkish cinema here
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