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Turgut Lucien’s film ‘The Man with the Golden Hornet’ is the perfect film for the Australian audience

Turgot Luciens’ film The Man with The Golden Hornets is the most anticipated film of the year and the perfect Australian film for Australian audiences, according to its star, Turgu.

Turgu said he’s always been fascinated by the subject matter and how the stories unfold in a genre film and he hoped to do a film that was “inspired by” the real events.

“I was a little bit skeptical at first,” Mr Luciencen said.

“The Man With The Golden Hornets is not just an ordinary story of a father who takes care of his son but a story of how he and his son are confronted by a lot of things.”

You can’t help but be fascinated by this story and be drawn into the story of the story itself.

“That’s what I was hoping for.”

It was the right film to me because I think it’s so interesting and you have to have a sense of wonder and you need to be able to see a little more and to understand the bigger picture.

“But at the same time, I also had to be very careful that I was really focused on the film.”

Mr Luciengs film was the most-watched Australian film of 2014, with 3.3 million viewers tuning in to see the story unfold.

“We really have to remember that it’s a story about a father and a son, it’s about a mother and a child and a family,” Mr Guileng said.’

I have to make sure that we’re not doing it as a commercial’Mr Lucenten said he was keen to ensure he was making a film “that was not a commercial”.

“We had to make it for us, it has to be for us,” he said.

The film was also screened at the Sydney Film Festival this week.

“They were very happy with it, they loved it and they didn’t think it was too commercial,” Mr Lucie said.

Read moreMr Lucienten said the film had “inspiration” for other filmmakers, but he wanted to keep it “pure” to create a “different story” and be a “fresh” film.

“A film can never become commercial, you cannot make a commercial film,” Mr Turguy said.

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