Turkish Passport

Turkish Passport is a 2011 Turkish documentary directed by Burak Arliel. The movie tells the story of diplomats from Turkish Embassy in Paris, who saved numerous Jews during the Second World War. Based on the testimonies of witnesses, who traveled to Istanbul to find safety, the Turkish Passport also uses written historical documents and archive footage to tell this story of rescue and bring to light the events of the time.

Production: Turkey, 2011
Directed by: Burak Arliel

Genre: documentary
Running time: 91 min.
Language: Turkish, French, English
Subtitles: Polish and English


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