29 September 2019 | hashad-10699
Seljuks, they are the great Alp Arslan's descendants
Firstly, The movie was sensational compared to the low budget of 7 million dollars, The battles were supposed to be more realistic but there is no problem if the events will impress the audience.
Secondly, I think this is the first movie in history ever adapted the seljuk period, so it was a superb job to try to show the world that not only the ottomans who defended the islam but also the seljuks and before them the arabs did.
Thirldy, it would be better if a film with a great budget about Alp Arslan was directed before this movie to make the events successive.
Thirdly, this awesome movie also got by some main humane rules as following: Evil can get out of any body and that doesn't have a relation with his religion, and illuminate some misunderstood matters about the islamic religion.
Eventually, take into account more marketing and media as it isn't accepted that a good film like karatay has just 1,106 rates on IMDB, keep going, it's just a matter of time. Turkey has a great islamic history and should raise the budget of its movies to compete with hollywood, USA has no history, although they are making fake heroes like iron man, captin america, thor, benjamin martin, black panther and captin marvel.