1. Anti-War Protests Target DAD

    By daniel on 2003-01-19

    Saturday’s Anti-War Protests attracted mass numbers world-wide, with some protestors Die Another Day as a tool for protest.

    The protestors were not, however, from South Korea, where student groups have regularily protested about what they feel is the films anti-Korean message. Rather, it was members of Turkey’s Communist party that were responsible.

    The group targeted a cinema in Ankara, Turkey’s capital, that is only showing Die Another Day. Their arguement was that the US-British alliance was heading the call for a war against Iraq and that Die Another Day was a symbol of American and British influence.

    If you’d like to discuss the Turkish protest, please visit this thread of the Die Another Day Forums.