Mostly it is so a cultural thing, that films in other countries do not work so well, because you do not understand just much of the symbolism. With „Three Harfliler 3“ actually comes a horror movie from Turkey, can find also Central European response. wherein TRAILER But one should not forget, to turn on the English subtitles. But already own the imagery in this trailer is here mistaken good. It's disgusting, repulsive, creepy and obviously you have to take real, where you can stand his teacups. I just hope, that the entire film is somehow reach with subtitles, and I hope as well as a bit on Arte. As the title of the film suggests it, there are even two parts of the series, you can both look at Youtube (Part 1, Part 2), but unfortunately without German subtitles…
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