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Surprisingly good, actually. While some of the scenes dwell on a topic for too long and the lead protagonists not too experienced, overall, you come away with a "real" human story with its frayed ends and contradictions. The negativity around the movie appears to be political but even from that angle there's no forced or black and white narrative - sometimes you want that in a movie but you can also choose to be mature.
Only Michiel Huisman makes the watchable
As far as a simple-and-forbidden-romance-in-times-of-war type, The Ottoman Lieutenant is an entertainingly lovely film. It isn't a history, so although some historical accuracy is questionable, it's great that the movie highlights some lesser knowns of WWI.
Loved it and the sexy and sensual Huisman.
It's a love story set in a war zone of the past. Gorgeous costumes & scenery. I was captivated by the actors who I thought portrayed their characters superbly. It wasn't a history movie so shouldn't be reviewed as such.
One of the best films I have seen. Beautiful costumes, settings, landscapes, dialogue and characters. People need to appreciate films like this more often.
Kinda disappointing at the end, cause the love story was captivating in the beginning. The choice to set the story in a such delicate historical fact it's another thematic... If you don't pretende to watch it as an important movie about history (and in my opinion, it doesn't claim to a such moral level) it's pretty good: there are just a few movies that mention The Ottoman Empire during the First world war.
There's no need to be mean or a film critic to affirm that this movies can be pleasing.
Michiel Huisman is so talented, he's never been less, neither in this role.
Only 30min in and I can barely stand the lead actress' acting. Sadly she is expressionless and monotone.
Interesting. Not brilliant but not as bad as critics would have you believe.
i liked this movie alot .. sad but beautiful i cried alot in the end