The Pink Report

  • June 23, 2016 / 16:00
  • June 25, 2016 / 15:00

Director: Ulrike Böhnisch
Germany, 2011, 75’, color
English, German and Turkish with Turkish subtitles

The Turkish army considers homosexuality a mental disorder which exonerates young men from military service, but also requires a medical diagnosis to be reached through both psychological and more invasive (and humiliating) diagnostic procedures. This film tells the heartfelt stories of several gay men, who have made entirely different choices about military service. Due to missing freedom of speech the young men are forced to hide their faces while exposing one of Turkey’s biggest taboos.

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The Pink Report

The Pink Report

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