Haydarpasa Train Station returned to the days of national struggle: 'The Water Diviner' motion picture continued at Istanbul Haydarpasa Station
Directed by the world famous star Russel Crowe 's director and director of the movie' Gladiator 'film the previous day's shooting Haydarpasa Train Station returned to the period of the national struggle.
The last images of the Ottoman Empire were reflected in the set. The market area of that period was founded on the side of the Haydarpaşa Train Station facing the sea. Russel Crowe, a father who came to Istanbul to find his two sons who were lost from Australia at the Battle of Gallipoli, had been rushing at the Haydarpasa Station and gave instructions to the soldiers on how to walk.
Famous actress Russel Crowe said in an interview, 'I like Istanbul very nice and fantastic city. I'm so happy I came here. Shooting continues at full speed. After shooting Istanbul, we will continue to film in Fethiye Rock Tombs and in a few places. The film will be released in December. I love Sultanahmet meatballs in Istanbul. Cem Yilmaz and Yilmaz Erdogan in the film are both very cheerful and very good players. I like their acting very much. ' said.