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Midnight Express Blu Ray £5.52 @ MyMemory

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#1
Fantastic film. A must see. Based (loosely I expect) on a true story
1 Like #2
Incredibly loosely. The film was a dramatisation of a book by Billy Hayes based on his version of his experience. Oliver Stone eventually apologised to the Turkish nation for the immense damage his portrayal had done to the nation, still affecting people's perceptions today. For anyone interested LINK

But back to the world of deals, very hot, thanks.


Edited By: Lakeside on Jan 07, 2011 14:17
2 Likes #3
A real feel-good film.
#4
Not sure I'd fancy watching this on a regular basis :p

Great film though.

Edited By: MBeeching on Jan 07, 2011 15:40
#5
amazing movie - not for everyone thou
#6
Good film 4/5
#7
ordered
#8
Ordered, thanks.
#9
theres like 20 of these films on mymemory for cheap.

I hope people arnt posting up each and every dvd thats under 6 quid from there :(
#10
ExeCute
theres like 20 of these films on mymemory for cheap.
I hope people arnt posting up each and every dvd thats under 6 quid from there
(


Sometimes, one facepalm isn't enough. Like.
#11
OoS now. Well done to all who got in there.
#12
Lakeside
Incredibly loosely. The film was a dramatisation of a book by Billy Hayes based on his version of his experience. Oliver Stone eventually apologised to the Turkish nation for the immense damage his portrayal had done to the nation, still affecting people's perceptions today. For anyone interested LINK
Thanks for pointing this out dude.
#13
Lakeside
Incredibly loosely. The film was a dramatisation of a book by Billy Hayes based on his version of his experience. Oliver Stone eventually apologised to the Turkish nation for the immense damage his portrayal had done to the nation, still affecting people's perceptions today. For anyone interested LINKBut back to the world of deals, very hot, thanks.

Yup, 100% propaganda movie (Very good though) that falsely and cruely dipicts Turkey very negativly.

Just watch with an open mind and enjoy your holidays in the true Turkey.

Ne mutlu türküm diyene.
#14
My fav movie of all time <3

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