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Half a Century in Germany- Alamanya Alamanya| 52mins
Focus Years: 2011 | Country: Turkey
Subject Tags: europe, germany, identity, inter-cultural relations, middle east, migration, turkey
Quality Tags: Optimistic, Slow, Activating, Harmonizing
Folk singer Metin Türköz, rap singer Çağlar Budaklı, and M.A. student Ceren Koç. Three German Turks, three different perceptions of Germany, three different life stories. Their ideas on immigration, identity, language, multiculturalism, and integration. The “Germany Germany” documentary was shot in remembrance of the 50th year of the migrant workers agreement that was signed on October 30th 1961 in Germany. It presents important parts of the lives of Turkish peoples living in Germany. These parts are taken in the axes of integration, the most oft-debated subjects today, like belonging, economy, media, and education.

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