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Gallipoli (Gelibolu) (2005)

Directed by

Sam Neill Sam Neill
Zafer Ergin Zafer Ergin
Demetri Goritsas Demetri Goritsas
Jeremy Irons Jeremy Irons

Written by
Tolga Örnek Tolga Örnek


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Description: Gallipoli (Turkish title Gelibolu) is a 2005 film by Turkish filmmaker Tolga Örnek. It is a documentary on the disastrous Battle of Gallipoli, narrated by both sides, Turks, and British soldiers and ANZACs. Through the use of surviving diaries and letters of the soldiers, the film shows the bravery and the suffering on both sides. For this film Tolga Örnek has been awarded an honorary medal in the general division of the Order of Australia.[1]. Some of the items in the production has little to do with the story. 1. The first deals with the training of the Light Horsemen. A small clip was shown with the commentary that the c ... (more)
Tags: Documentary (2), Spiritual Cinema (1), Sort (1), Turks (1), Gallipoli (1), SnP (1), Ataturk (1), Anzacs (1), Gelibolu (1), British (1), War (1)
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hsallinen rated this 8/10 9 months, 2 weeks ago
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Seen in 2018 (369 movies items)

"Great tactics from the leaders here. One of those docs that really make you realize how much unnecessary deaths there were in the First World War (and every other war). Yeah, let's keep trying the same failed attack over and over causing awful losses. Also this got more entertaining when I realized that I can get Jeremy Irons-narration on this after I had watched like 3/4 of the film."