Flying Saucers Over Istanbul (1955) Orhan Erçin

Flying Saucers Over Istanbul (1955)
aka Uçan daireler Istanbulda
Genre: Comedy | Sci-Fi
Country: Turkey | Director: Orhan Erçin
Language: Turkish | Subtitles: English (.srt file)
Aspect ratio: 1.33:1 | Length: 66mn
Dvdrip Xvid Avi - 624x464 - 25fps - 700mb
The planet Merih is chock full of sissies, so in a spin on the old Mars Needs Women pulp staple, the women of Merih come to Earth in search of virile young studs.  And being the intelligent lifeforms that they are, they make their first stop in the land of Cüneyt Arkin,  Turkey.  What follows is lots of belly dancing, the expected cardboard sets, toy guns, big legged Turkish women in cute space outfits, and lots of bad humor.  Pitch a tent as the Turkish Marilyn Monroe dances (doubled in split screen, even), gawk as men shake and quiver (and fail miserably while trying to keep straight faces) behind a shower curtain in a spaceship closet, and cheer cardboard robot Stelekami on as he crushes humans to pulp.  

Orhan Ercin [who plays the photographer in this film] may be regarded as a Turkish Ed Wood. This film became a turning point in his career as a director which means he gave up directing shortly after. When it was released audiences did not show any respect to the movie [It tanked]. Even the actors were ashamed of being in the film. Cardboard robot with light bulb eyes, cellophane stars, cheesy costumes, funny songs, dancing extraterrestrials what else do you want?
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 Flying Saucers Over Istanbul (1955)

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