Veteran director Guy Ritchie who has been in Antalya for 2 months to shoot his new film 'Five Eyes', praised Turkey in a video shared on his social media account. He noted that Turkey was an inspiring country with good food, people and hotels. He also said; “After two months of shooting, I want to shoot all my movies here..."
Guy Ritchie, the master director of films such as “Sherlock Holmes, The Gentlemen and The Man from UNCLE” admires Turkey. The director who has been in Turkey for 2 months for his new film called “Five Eyes” with stars such as Jason Statham, Hugh Grant, Aburey Plaza, Scott Eastwood and Josh Hartnett praised Turkey in a video he shared on his Twitter and Instagram accounts.
The Director said that Turkey was an inspiring country also sharing photos from his trip to Hagia Sophia with his wife Jacqui Ainsley. He made comments about the good food, people and hotels. He used the expression “After two months of shooting, I want to shoot all my movies here...”
Guy Ritchie, who said that he loved ancient civilizations, historical places, explained what he loved most about Turkey: "Turkey is quite modern, but it also has the charm of ancient civilizations."
Ritchie, who noted that the ancient city of Aspendos with about3 thousand years of age, was a magnificent place, used the expression "this is my two thousand-year-old office" for the area where the film was shot in the video. The master Director who emphasized that he admired the area, is observed to travel through the ruins one by one in the video, providing information.
At the end of the Video, Guy Ritchie says, "We want to make more movies here if possible. And we will..."
Guy Ritchie who left school at the age of 15 and stepped on the set, gained popularity with his 1998 film titled “Lock, Stock and Two Smoking Barrels”. Said film also caught the attention of world famous Brad Pitt. The duo worked together on 'Snatch' when Pitt revealed to Ritchie that he wanted to work. Snatch was both a huge success at the box office and received critical acclaim.