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A Regular Woman

A Kurdish-Turkish woman in Germany fights for freedom and self-determination, but faces deadly opposition from her own family.


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"A Regular Woman" is a powerful film directed by Sherry Hormann that tells the story of Aynur, a German woman of Kurdish-Turkish descent who fights for her right to live freely and independently in the face of her family's opposition. The film sheds light on the issue of honor killings and the struggles that many women from conservative cultures face in their pursuit of personal freedom.The film's plot is gripping and emotionally charged, with strong performances from the cast, particularly Almila Bagriacik who portrays Aynur with sensitivity and depth. The film is also visually stunning, with beautiful cinematography that captures the essence of the story.Overall, "A Regular Woman" is a thought-provoking and important film that sheds light on an important issue. It is a must-watch for anyone interested in social justice and human rights.



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Hatun Ayhrun Sürücü, a German woman of Kurdish-Turkish descent, was shot dead by her own brothers at a bus stop in Berlin on February 7, 2005. A Regular Woman explores the events that led to it, as she struggled for freedom and a self-determined life in the face of her family’s opposition.

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