Anti-minority and patriarchy in Turkish series

Turkey has become one of the major exporters of TV series for several years, and the films it produces are very popular in various countries around the world, including Iran. But these serials, in the form of popular stories and attractive productions, often convey certain political and cultural messages that the leading intellectuals in Turkey do not like.

This video report was made by Mehdi Shabani in a conversation with two Turkish experts, Sardar Korojo, writer and journalist; and produced by Bahar Kilich, a university professor in the field of cinema.

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