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...on the outskirts of Istanbul tbf.
Tarantino must be furiously making notes
or was she just a big bird?
have to admit, i'd fancy my chances of overpowering a crazy woman, even one with a massive knife.
anyhow, she's clearly a fucking mentalist. life in prison, please.
In any case, someone's been assasinated. You wonder if terms like "bad-ass" and mentions of Tarantino films would be being bandied about had a man shot a woman and cut her head off.
Not sure anything justifies cutting someone's head off, to be honest.
Two wrong, all that...
if the person who was killed is a rapist
i think any loss of life is sad, especially when people are brutally killed.
not sure that'd work.
I think it's possible to think 'wow, that would make an awesome film' whilst still not actually condoning murder. It's not a massive moral jump to make in this age. (Rapist got killed - we'll assume guilt otherwise the story isn't as fun, and she made a brillant one liner to illustrate her motive).
Just go with it, give in to your instincts on this one. At least we find out he was completely innocent. Then we can feel bad for a few seconds before something good comes on the telly.
and I was making a joke about how it sounds like something out af an explotation tarantino-esque revenge flick as opposed to ''I'd like to see a film of that''.
because that sort of thing happens all the time and is not news
not much that's more embarrassing than premature posting
because some man rapes them and it brings shame on their family. I think it's about time someone stood up to them.
although I did say that about dubstep.
Horrific misreading there
fuckin' a, that's some all-action militant feminism, right there.
Sure, let's definitely applaud vicious beheadings.
Hand in your liberal cards at the first available opportunity.
have our tongues firmly in our cheeks.
But no, a few are clearly serious. Sadly.
let's stop trivialising serious crimes.
I've quite enjoyed trivialising this one.
there's a high chance that she'd successfully defend a murder charge. Provocation, diminished responsibility. even the defence of necessity at a push. Unfortunately, turkish jurisprudence is prety sick.
I can't help but be quite pleased that she has some semblance of justice (assuming she's able to get the abortion that she deserves), even if that is a nasty little article which overlooks the fact that a person has lost their life.
She's clearly been inspired by I Spit On Your Grave.