The first Crimean Tatar full-length movie “Haytarma”, which tells the story of deportation of Crimean Tatars from Crimea in 1944, is being dubbed into Turkish language. For this, a group of Turkish actors, which includes five men and two women, arrived in Crimea. Some secondary voices and extras will be dubbed by Turkish people, who reside, work or study in Crimea. In total, the film has about 15 main characters and several secondary characters to be dubbed. Preceding the dubbing, the movie was translated into Turkish language by a group of teachers and journalists-native speakers. On November 16, “Haytarma” movie will be presented in Eskisehir (Turkey) where the biggest Crimean Tatar diaspora concentrated. As reported, in October this year, “Haytarma” was shown in the framework of the “Golden Orange” movie festival in Turkey, out of competition.

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