We’ve not been posting much lately, due to life being overwhelming. We’re going to fix that this week. And what better way to give you the original content you’ve come to expect from us than by posting YouTube videos!
Let’s get down to it.
Did you know that there’s a Turkish version of Star Wars? DÃ¼nyayÄ± Kurtaran Adam, or The Man Who Saves the World, was a 1982 film that lifted parts of the plot and entire clips from Star Wars.
It is 100% awesome.
Here’s the last ten minutes of the film.
And that’s just the end. If you watched the whole thing, you’d need to bring several extra jaws, because those jaws would continue to be dropped throughout.
3 thoughts on “Turkish Star Wars”
It just needs more CGI to fit Lucas’ vision.
This is so cool (hi…longtime lurker, first time commenter).
I especially like the fact that the main character can apparently leap great distances with a single bounce.
You know, the most recent Star Wars trilogy would have been greatly improved if everyone was leaping around as if on trampolines. It worked for Yoda, after all….
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