Code Name: K.O.Z. (2015)

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A look at the 17-25 December 2013 corruption scandal in Turkey, from the viewpoint of the Erdogan government.

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Celal Çimen

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25 February 2015 | u_yasar
Extremely high propaganda with no sense of reality
It's the most awful movie I've ever seen. From the beginning till the end just the propaganda of the dictator Erdogan in Turkey. There is no sense in the most of the scenes and the expectations of the viewers are not filled at all. Thus, the movie had a free entrance for a week. It's a shame for the country, which mentions to be a democratic one. Very stupid end, very stupid story. Too much problems with the actors. The actors have no sense of authenticity and don't play professionally. The story seems to be written by Erdogan himself. It's a big problem, that this movie is a "must seen" in Turkish schools to manipulate the children. Avoid it.

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