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Kilink Istanbul'da

Kilink in Istanbul

Turkey 1967
produced by
Yilmaz Atadeniz for Atadeniz Film
directed by Yilmaz Atadeniz
starring Irfan Atasoy, Yildirim Gencer, Pervin Par, Suzan Avci, Muzaffer Tema, Mine Soley, Hüseyin Peyda, Feridun Colgecen, Hüseyin Zan, Melda, Mete Mert, Enver Dönmez, Cahit Irgat
written by Cetin Inanc


review by
Mike Haberfelner

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As Kilink (Yildirim Gencer), the supervillain in a skeleton outfit (complete with skull mask) needs doctor Houssaian's secret formula to conquer the world, he kills him in cold blood ... but once he gives the formula to his chief scientist professor Maxwell (Feridun Colgecen), Maxwell tells him the formula is incomplete ... so Kilink decides to get the formula via Houssaian's son Orhan (Irfan Atasoy), Orhan's sister Oya & his girlfiend Gül (Pervin Par) ... but he doesn't know that Orhan, while mourning over his father's grave at the cemetary, has met with a mystic who has granted him superpowers everytime he says the word Shazam (yup, shades of Captain Marvel here), provided he uses his powers only for good & never transforms himself into his superheroic self (dubbed Ucan Adam) in front of anyone else ... which means despite several attempts to kidnap Orhan, Gül or Oya, Kilink's plans are always spoiled by Ucan Adam.

But Kilink is not beaten that easliy, & soon he seduces the assistant (Mine Solay) of Gül's father professor Cemil (Muzaffer Tema) into submission, & from her he learns that in fact Houssaian never had the complete formula, but professor Cemil, whom he promptly kidnaps, & from that point on it's suddenly dead easy to kidnap Oya & Gül too, & with the help of the profesor's able-bodied assistant lure Orhan into a trap ... & soon he whips Gül until the profesor breaks down & gives away his formula, & Orhan, neatly tied up, has to watch helplessly, as he can't transform into Ucan Adam with someone watching ...

In the end, Orhan can escape, but Kilink has made a swift getaway to his own private island (doesn't every supervillain have one) from where he plans to put his new superweapon - that uses the professor's formula - into action. & to ensure there are no more hiccups, he still holds the professor & Gül hostage ...

The End (Kilink vs Superman would be the direct sequel).


One of these cheaply done Turkish superhero films one just can't help loving ... wading deeply in pulp fiction - with superheroes, hooded villains, secret formulas, superweapons, & dreams of world domination -, borrowing freely from all kinds of sources (above mentioned Captain Marvel, the Italian photonovel Killing, the Italian comicstrip Kriminal, ...), featuring borrowed snippets of musical score (John Barry's James Bond Theme, Peter Thomas' Raumpatrouille - Title Theme, ...), & resembling most closely Hollywood B-movies & especially serials from about 30 years earlier (the narrative has a definitvie episodic structure - Kilink plans to kidnap/murder someone, Orhan turns into Ucan Adam to spoil his plans in an action sequence, over & over again - & even has a cliffhanger ending, sort of) ... so, of course it's cheap & cheesy - but it's also great fun to watch.


review © by Mike Haberfelner


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produced by and starring
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directed by
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written by
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