Turkish hotel scammed American film studio for 1 million

Turkish hotel scammed an American film studio for 1 million

Not only Russian tourists “catch” on the discrepancy between the advertising shooting of Turkish hotels for directories and websites with an unsightly reality: a scandal worth about 1 million rubles (in equivalent ) matured between a Hollywood director and one of the hotels in Kusadasi. The reason is that the hotel booked for filming in reality is “completely different from the images used on the hotel website.”

According to Turkish media, we are talking about part of the filming of the film “The Case of Strangers” with John Malkovich, Omar Sy and Nadine Labaki, which was supposed to take place in Turkey in the coming months. The production company agreed with the film company about filming in Turkey and, in particular, booked a hotel in Kusadasi for a film crew of 40 people.

However, when a representative of the production company arrived at the hotel before filming, he was shocked and shocked: in reality “ running hotel” had nothing to do with the images that he advertised on the site.

As a result, a “million dollar scandal” broke out: the producer demanded the return of 278 thousand lire paid for the hotel – this is somewhere around 1 million rubles for our money. However, he did not receive a “voluntary” refund. Then the producer reported the deception to the police. An investigation into the incident, according to Turkish media, has been launched.

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