In this special episode I sit down with three other history podcasters and discuss the 2012 Movie '11 September 1683, Day of the Siege'.
This is a historical movie, that tells the story of the Ottoman Siege of Vienna in the 17th century.
The movie is unkind to Islam, unkind to history and most of all unkind to its viewers.
Enjoy our pain!
IMDB Score 4.3/10
Rotten Tomatoes Score: 28%
This podcast available as a video! View it here on Youtube(https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lXUWpO4EqlA)
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