The Ottoman Lieutenant


Drama / War

Rotten Tomatoes Critics - Rotten 20%
Rotten Tomatoes Audience - Spilled 56%
IMDb Rating 7.1 10 17615


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Michiel Huisman as Ismail
Ben Kingsley as Woodruff
Hera Hilmar as Lillie
720p 1080p
815.1 MB
23.976 fps
1hr 46 min
P/S 83 / 556
1.68 GB
23.976 fps
1hr 46 min
P/S 50 / 467

Movie Reviews

Reviewed by armyforever-28741 10 / 10

deeply flawed film, as both romantic epic

Unabashedly old-fashioned and romantic, this World War I-era movie fearlessly plucks at the heartstrings while offering glorious, big- screen cinematography ... and a bit of revisionist history. The Ottoman Lieutenant may may lack big-name movie stars. And, because it was funded largely by Turkish financiers, it shines a positive light on the country, largely ignoring the Armenian Genocide of 1915. But if you judge it based on goal of telling a romantic story against an intense wartime backdrop, like a mini-Dr. Zhivago or The English Patient, it succeeds handsomely.

The three characters involved in the love triangle are very appealing, and their human qualities make their relationship all the more complex. Plus, Ben Kingsley is wonderfully hammy as the founder of the Turkish hospital. Veteran director Joseph Ruben, who usually makes low-level thrillers (like the excellent The Stepfather) forgoes any tricks and simply uses a gorgeous widescreen backdrop with spectacular landscapes and plays of light to underline his story. The telling of it is smart but not confusing, tragic but not weepy, and swoon-inducing without being dopey.

Reviewed by batuhankostan 10 / 10

art remains as art

I am tired of the Armenian political approach to everything. I'm tired of seeing your slaughter act everywhere.

I will not approach this film objectively because of your political approach.

great acting. amazing environment

Reviewed by magbroalican 10 / 10

This is proper art

Very emotional movie, great acting, great cast, great plot. Simply incredible. I'm not really an emotional person, and the only movie that I've ever got teary eyed in was Hachiko. But then this movie made me just as much emotional if not more. Would definitely suggest it to everyone. Don't know about the historical value of the movie. But if you watch it without any prejudice, I guarantee that you will enjoy it. It's more than just a movie, it is.

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