Over the years, German-Turkish cinema has flourished in Germany. Everything from comedy to drama, from entertainment to cultural criticism. Thomas Arslan takes a personal look at Turkey. Arslan shows us a real glimpse of Turkey, instead of the usual holiday brochure pictures. After the death of his beloved wife, he succumbs to drugs.
She describes herself as a "model immigrant," but explains how Germans have made her feel she could never be one of them. Others followed: "Are you allowed to have a German boyfriend? Does your father talk to you about sex? Wouldn't you at least like to try a bit of the pork, after all?