INTRODUCTION “Cradle of Civilization ” a term created by multiple countries in European continent is the first thing people think of Europe. Before the World War II as Stein and Ramm records Italians wanted to stay as Italian Germans wanted to remain as German (www.opendemocracy.net June 23 2016). However “Europe as such does not exist it has to be created” as noted by sociologists Delanty and Rumford (2005 69). The increased migration wave that occurred after the 1950s has not made only made Europe more heterogeneous but also it has changed the European living principals culture and political thinking. Even though the recent politic crisis between Berlin and Ankara occurred in June 2017 brought the political relations between Germany and Turkey to a standstill due to the arrest of a German activist by Turkish authorities in Turkey (Eddy www.nytimes.com June 20 2017). These two countries have a strong social living in Hamburg look for the same person in Istanbul and this seeking brings them together. The thing keeps them alive is not their national identities anymore. Akin’s film ends where no one gets in trouble by his or her cultural or national backgrounds; furthermore no rejection is experienced. In all of Akin’s films characters take a journey both culturally and geographically. According to Stuart Hall as opposed to considering identity as a completed actuality where social practices speak we need to think rather than a way of life as a 'production ' which never ends constantly in progress and continuously established within not outside representation (Hall 2003 234). Nobody ends their journey as the same person. Presenting not a clear ending at the end of his films Akin does allow the audience to create their endings in addition to illustrating the continuity and variability of life and people. [...]
There is only the intro and the first chapter here. I need an urgent proofreading to get it on time.