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  • 12 Ekim 2013, Cumartesi 18:56

Gladiator, Minister Çelik wanted to support her new film

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Russell Crowe lost the Battle of Gallipoli in Turkey in 1919, the arrival of the two sons of the father tells the caller Australian Culture and Tourism Minister Ömer Çelik asked for support for the film.


wandered many places in Turkey to shoot a film that Crowe stressed that Turkey and Turkish culture attracted him. He plans to play for the Turkish film actors Crowe Çelik'ten meeting requested help.

Topkapi Palace, which hosted the Minister of Steel's Oscar-winning actor Russell Crowe will shoot the film scenario in Turkey with Turkey, Australia important to show that the intersection of the common destiny underlined. Minister of Steel, as well as 59 million pounds of Turkish cinema between 2005-2012 in support of the government's support as he said this and similar productions.

COMMON HISTORY IS VERY IMPORTANT FOR A FILM

Culture and Tourism Minister of Steel,"in the film in terms of our collective history, tells a very important issue in terms of national history. Both in the history of Australia's national history as well as an important issue for the Turkish national. Ataturk Anzacs lost their lives in 1934 hitapta his mother,"üzülmeyiniz for your children, tears spill. They are guests of the Turkish nation. Sleeps eternally in peace here. Now visitors will be no peace in our territory."He said. Similar to the story of the film, co-sensational story,"he said.

Russell Crowe in Gladiator, aka,"the Minister going to do with the conversation, talk about the film shows . their support on this issue will ask. the same time, I have wanted to work with Turkish actors. Their 'lure' Mr. Minister, I hope to help me,"he said.

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