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Thursday, February 23, 2006

Turkey Calling The Shot On 'Brokeback Mountain'

The pirate DVD version of Brokeback Mountain made it to Turkey before the offical screenings had a chance to, and evidently the title they’ve gone with translates in Turkish to “Faggot Cowboys.” Reader Odradek shares with us this scan from local paper Radikal showing the 'translation.'

Good job with that engrish.

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