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Dabbe: The Possession (2013)

Dabbe: Cin Çarpmasi (original title)
Preparing for her wedding, Kübra gets possessed by unknown livings. To cure Kübra, a psychiatrist, Ebru, gets on way. Ebru is also an old friend of Kübra. Ebru would work together with an ... See full summary »

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Hasan Karacadag

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Hasan Karacadag
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Elcin Atamgüc Elcin Atamgüc ... (as Elçin Atamgüç)
Mert Birden Mert Birden ... Köylül
Orhan Gencer Orhan Gencer ... Gürkan
Muzaffer Göçmen Muzaffer Göçmen
Sabriye Günüç Sabriye Günüç
Sultan Köroglu Kiliç Sultan Köroglu Kiliç
Oguzhan Kocakli Oguzhan Kocakli ... Ali
Cansu Kurgun ... Kübra
Irmak Örnek Irmak Örnek ... Ebru
A. Murat Özgen A. Murat Özgen ... Faruk Akat
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Preparing for her wedding, Kübra gets possessed by unknown livings. To cure Kübra, a psychiatrist, Ebru, gets on way. Ebru is also an old friend of Kübra. Ebru would work together with an exorcist to save Kübra. Just when things seemed to be going well, everything start going horribly wrong. Written by scaryofmonsters

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Goz Cinlere Aitse Kayitlar Seytanindir

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Horror

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The name of the female protagonist is "Ebru", which sounds very familiar to "Hebrew" - the language in which the very first Bible was written. There are more than a couple of instances in which "Bible" and "Jesus" are referred to in this movie, though this movie is based and made in Turkey, which is predominantly a muslim country. See more »

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Follows D@bbe: Demon Possession (2012) See more »

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Successful experience with different metaphors.
7 September 2013 | by omeryildiizSee all my reviews

I've been watching Mr. Hasan Karacadag's horror movies since the "d@bbe" movie has been made in 2005. Due to its story, the movie was seemed to be the pioneer of a very different sort of horror in Turkey. The most effective fact in that is the influences of Karacadag movies in usual. The classic and usual horror movie sense in the world was like what Hollywood used so far. But with his own created view and his own assertions about doomsday, Karacadag has made an influential change about horror movie clichés.

That's what Hasan Karacadag's whole movies' main themes are about. He urges so odd arguments about Islamic metaphysical stuffs and his genuine theories about the omens of doomsday in Islam religion become very controversial claims every time he makes a new movie. His theory about the "dabbe" notion which's mostly used in his movies triggered so many discussions related to Islamic metaphysical assets mentioned in Quran. Due to the meaning of "dabbe" word he correlates the "dabbe" with the internet we always use in our lives (dabbe means something is spread around the world) because the world wide web and the dabbe both have the same function. This argument of the director has been used in almost every movies of him.

Like previous movies, the movie "Dabbe: Cin Çarpması" is also telling about Karacadag's metaphysical inquiry results. You'll be hearing of some things related to doomsday, jinns, devil etc. which you've never heard before. Like other movies of the director, this movie also will add a very different point of view to your mind about your metaphysical senses you used to have beside its thrilling side.


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Turkey

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Turkish

Release Date:

2 August 2013 (Turkey) See more »

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Filming Locations:

Mugla, Turkey

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$2,005,958
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