Fetih 1453- The Battle of Two Empires

The Epic Tale of "Fetih 1453": A Cinematic Masterpiece

The Epic Tale of “Fetih 1453”

Fetih 1453 is a bombastic film, with expensive sets, lavish sets, and intricately choreographed fight scenes. In the first few scenes of this, the most expensive and successful Turkish film ever made, we come to understand a few key points. We see that Ottoman Sultan Mehmed II is a mighty swordsman, diplomat, linguist, and strategist, as well as being a crack shot with the bow and arrow (bullseyes every time!). Perhaps more importantly, he is absolutely determined to conquer Constantinople and will stop at nothing until this has been achieved.

Cinematic Excellence

Anyone who has seen one of Turkey’s popular soap operas knows that Turkey is no stranger to lavish period set pieces. Their experience in this field shows, with the film masterfully creating 15th-century Turkey and Constantinople. The film spends a great deal of time explaining the politics and the process behind the siege. As a result, we get a good look at the politics and alliances that played a major role in this battle. Moreover, we also get a glimpse of the military tactics used by the Turks during this battle. The film provides insight not only into Ottoman Turkey’s technical prowess but also the strategies used by the military.

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Fetih 1453 – The Battle of Two Empires
Director: Faruk Aksoy

Starring: Devrim Evin, Dilek Serbest

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