CAN YAMAN AND FRANCESCA CHILLEMI, HATERS ON THE ATTACK: CRITICISM ON VIOLA COME IL MARE PROMOS

CAN YAMAN AND FRANCESCA CHILLEMI, HATERS ON THE ATTACK: CRITICISM ON VIOLA COME IL MARE PROMOS

It seems that along with the many compliments from fans on the trailer and promos released for the highly anticipated drama Viola Come il Mare starring Can Yaman and Francesca Chillemi, criticism has not been slow in coming. In the last few hours, in fact, it seems that someone has complained about the acting of the two actors, raising quite a controversy

Viola Come il Mare, harsh criticism of Can Yaman and Francesca Chillemi: "It's embarrassing."

It is not long now until the debut of the highly anticipated Mediaset drama starring Can Yaman and Francesca Chillemi, Viola Come il Mare. Filming of the series was completed last spring, the time when it was actually supposed to air. Unfortunately, stoppages and slowdowns caused the drama to be postponed until September, causing disappointment among fans.

Audiences have been patient, however, and it is now about a month before Viola Come il Mare airs. Moreover, the fans' wait has been rewarded just in the last few days with the release of the first trailers and promos of the drama, which have led to mostly positive feedback from Can Yaman and Francesca Chillemi's admirers.

Unfortunately, however, along with the enthusiastic comments of many fans, more negative ones were not slow to arrive. Indeed, underneath the trailer and promo posts published in recent days are some particularly heavy criticisms, mainly directed at the acting of the two actors: "It's going to be a wonderful kennel. At least from the way they bark in this promo," "He'll have some extenuating circumstances for the difficulty with the language, but she's impractical. It's embarrassing," and then again," and then again, "Kindergarten kids act better. What piggishness."

In short, the haters do not seem to have held back, posting decidedly malicious and controversial comments. What will Can Yaman and Francesca Chillemi have to say about this? Will those involved respond to the criticism or will they remain silent, adopting the typical "as long as they talk about it" philosophy?

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