Das EthnoKino präsentiert: Turkish/Kurdish Night

  Hasan Demirtas, Tu?rkei, 2018, OV /e, 19 Minuten

Carry My Voice

Carry My Voice is about the division of Kurdish lands after World War I, and how Kurdish people struggled to be together across the borders. The documentary focuses on the border between Syria and Turkey and explores how these new borders affected the lives of Kurdish people. Seyrane, was secretly communicating with a man in Syria, the couple recorded their voices to audio cassettes and threw it to each other across the borders, so to share their emotions. One day Seyrane passed secretly from Turkey to Syria, and got married to Salih (her future husband). Seyrane, consistently dealt with the separation of her family and she aimed for a time when borders were open and free.