Donosimo vam još malo Turskih filmova. Ovaj puta je riječ o povijesnom ratnom spektaklu Çanakkale Yolun Sonu iza kojega stoje čak tri redatelja, Kemal Uzun, Serdar Akar i Ahmet Karaman. Çanakkale Yolun Sonu neizmjerno podsjeća na Britanski ratni film iz 2001., Enemy at the Gates, te nam donosi priču o ratu snajperista tijekom opsade Galipolja za vrijeme Prvog Svjetskog Rata. Priča je inače bazirana na stvarnim povijesnim događajima. Budžet ovog filma je iznosio čak 5 milijuna $ što ga čini jednim od skupljih Turskih naslova, a to se svakako vidi i u mnogobrojnim spektakularnim scene ma kojih se ne bi posramili niti Hollywoodski filmaši. U glavnim ulogama su Gürkan Uygun, Berrak Tüzünataç, Umut Kurt, Stephen Chance, te Ben Warwick. Turska premijera se održala 15. ožujak 2013., a Njemačka čak i dan ranije, 14. ožujka.
Snipers operated on all sides during the war; Turkish sniping proved an especial problem for Allied troops based in Gallipoli. In static trench conditions the ever-present danger of snipers ensured that it was a foolhardy soldier who raised their head or arms above parapet-level, even fleetingly. The quality of sniping was such that fatalities were common even where men exposed themselves to fire for a fraction of a second. In part this was because snipers were expected to thoroughly accustom themselves to the layout of the land which fell within their domain – which included the exact composition of enemy trench lines. Eagle-eyed sharpshooters proved extraordinarily deft in detecting slight changes in geography. Nevertheless snipers were reluctant to fire unnecessarily at anything but a certain target. Once the enemy was able to detect the locale from which a sniper operated artillery would be promptly despatched to wipe out the sniper’s post. It was therefore a highly dangerous occupation.