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G.O.R.A. (12-Nov-2004)

Director: Ímer Faruk Sorak

Writer: Cem Yilmaz

Keywords: Sci-Fi/Comedy

Turkish sci-fi spoof follows a carpet salesman as he plots to save a far-away planet after being abducted by aliens.

Arif, a slick, crafty young carpet salesman, is abducted from Earth by aliens one day and transported to their distant homeland of G.O.R.A. A Mel Brooks-esque litany of parodies of blockbuster American sci-fi flicks from Star Wars to The Matrix ensues as Arif is entangled in a scheme to guarantee G.O.R.A.'s continued existence by undermining a nefarious planet-endangering conspiracy helmed by G.O.R.A. security chief Logar.


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