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Süpermen Dönüyor

Superman Returns
Turkish Superman

Turkey 1979
produced by
Kunt Film
directed by Kunt Tulgar
starring Tayfun Demir, Güngör Bayrak, Esref Kolcak, Yildirim Gencer, Nejat Özbek, Reha Yurdaluk, Seref Pekseker, Turgut Özatay, Kadir Kök, Kudret Karadag, Yadigar Ejder, Yusuf Cetin, Cetin Basaran, Sirri Elitas, Ferhat Ünal, Cevdet Balikci, Resit Hazar, Ekrem Dümer, Ahmet Acan, Zeki Sezer, Oktar Durukan, Baki Tamer, Niyazi Gökdere, Ibrahim Ugurlu
(unofficially) based on the comicbook created by Joe Shuster, Jerry Siegel, published by DC Comics

Superman

review by
Mike Haberfelner

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For the world, Tayfun is only a mild-mannered and a bit clumsy reporter, but actually he is also Superman, an alien from planet Krypton with superhuman strength, the ability to fly and stuff ... I think you know what I mean. Superman is allergic to only one thing, Kryptonite, an element from his own planet Krypton that robs him of all his powers ... and now, Kryptonite is discovered on earth, at the site of a meteor crash. The good thing though is that Professor Hekin El, the benign father of Superman's love interest Alev, has found and secured the Kryptonite, the bad thing though is that the baddie Ekrem, knowing about the Kryptonite's awesome and diverse powers (it can for example turn every metal into gold), wants to get his hands on the Kryptonite, and he uses every trick in the book to get it, but mostly he resorts to kidnapping Alev ... which gives Superman plenty of possibilities to intervene on her behalf.

Ultimately, Ekrem gets his hands on the Kryptonite, and knowing about Superman's allergy to the stuff, he exposes him to the Kryptonite ray ... and this time it's up to Alev and friends to save Superman from certain doom. In the end though, Superman sees that Ekrem and all his henchmen are brought to justice, and he saves the world once more. Then he heads off to the stars to find what's left of his home, Krypton.

 


A very shameless cash in on Richard Donner's Superman, one of the big successes of 1978: This film doesn't even go for a little bit of originality and gives its Superman the exact same costume and background story as in the comics and the American film. Thing is, Süpermen Dönüyor does have anything but a decent budget, so the stunts are all very basic and at best mildly convincing, the production values are endearingly low (e.g. some cars used in the film look terribly battered and worn), and the special effects look nothing short of ridiculous (e.g. Superman's flying scenes are realized by hanging an unconvincing puppet in front of some back projections, and the universe looks just like a collection of Christmas tree decoration). As for the plot: It's very basic, silly (but what do you want when the main character is a guy flying around town wearing his underpants on the outside) and sports the episodic structure of a movie serial of old instead of a stringent narrative.

All that can only mean one thing - Süpermen Dönüyor is a bad film ... but if you're a trashfilm fan you might as well love it for all the above reasons.

 

review © by Mike Haberfelner

 

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