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The Butterfly's Dream And Its Dreadful Awakening

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The guy at the counter felt it was his duty to inform me that the movie was not in English. I answered rather curtly that I knew. And then he showed me the seating chart and told me I would have the cinema all by myself which I did for about fifteen minutes. Ten minutes into the movie two Arabs came. Then six Turks or Azerbaijani (probably). It was a Turkish film after all albeit dubbed in Arabic which was rather disappointing. I know, I know. I wouldn't have understood either way and would still have to rely on the subtitles but the poetry would have resonated with me in a different manner, something peculiarly holistic to a Turkish experience.

And so it went that it was overwrought. Like dying of consumption. Like poetry in this film rather than a film which is poetic.

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Added by Kester
3 years ago on 22 January 2014 18:08



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