Learn the History of 1995’s Turkish Musical Psycho Remake
Like all classic movies, Alfred Hitchcock’s Psycho has had its fair share of copycats over the years. One of them is the 1995 film Let’s Say It’s Fate (original title: Kader Diyelim), which came from Turkey. It predates Gus Van Sant’s diabolical shot-by-shot remake by three years and, strangely enough, is a musical. Yup, because the only thing that Norman Bates’ schizophrenic killing spree needed was musical numbers!
The website Neon Harbor has released a 7-minute video about the history of this unlikely film, so check it out to get an idea of just how the hell this thing got made.