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The story of a young couple haunted by mysterious forces and there looks to be a heavy possession element as well. The calm life of Suat and Nurcan is broken when they begin to be scared by supernatural creatures.
Ecem Cansu Aktay,
Dilek, a housewife suddenly starts to feel presence of something abnormal in a specific room in their house. Though her husband, Omer refuses to agree with her but situation become worse. They find out that, an ancient paranormal creature called Jinn, has cursed on Dilek. They seek for a way to cure her but instead they find out some shocking event of Dilek's early life.Written by
An example of how a director falls from heaven to a dark pit. Awful film.
After an amazing entry (Dabbe: Cin Carpmasi), Hasan Karacadag decides to use the same repertoire and plot devices in a different setting, and fails miserably. It is eerie--he uses almost all the main themes and elements, minor and major, that it seems as if he had run out not only of ideas, but common sense as well.
The story is shallow, the dialog is tedious, the entire cast consists of cardboard characters with no development at all, and every single performance is either flat or campy. Cinematography looks cheap as well.
There is nothing to look for in this film, even the fans of the metaphysical element will find its inclusion rushed, half-cooked, and unnecessary to the story.
Was Karacadag forced to make this abomination of a film? Was it written and directed by an amateur fan of the franchise? I would not know. But it surely has been a very quick and short journey from the heaven of well-crafted film-making to the just-another-entry-for-sales dark pit of oblivion.
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