“Netflix series ′The Club′ offers a window into 1950s #Istanbul

In Uncategorized on January 14, 2022 at 16:59

Many Turkish citizens may have learned about the 6-7 September pogroms through The Club. Many Jewish-Turkish citizens heard a Ladino song in a mass media outlet for the first time. There are many critiques about the historical representations but I believe the TV show was successful in dealing with a critical historical moment relatively successfully.

Netflix series ′The Club′ offers a window into 1950s Istanbul

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