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it is definitely worst movie ever made. Although it aims to criticize war and holy sacrifice, it just achieves to mock viewers with ridiculous story, awful acting, amateur directing.. if i were an American i would try to get my money back as i can't get the time spent.. unfortunately here is Turkey and people can steal both your money and time... and can easily get away with it.. Also it is an insult for the ones who lost their lives in Gallipoli either Allied or Ottoman.. The director may pass his message without exploiting Gallipoli campaign.. but i think he just wanted to draw some viewers by just using Gallipoli name and present his "wonderful" family.. his wife, his two boys himself in an absurd story written by himself.. by his production company..
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