My Selection: The Best 5 Films of 2015

I listed the best five films of 2015 alphabetically. These are of course my personal choices. There are so many good films released in 2015; however, the five films listed below have some special distinctions as each of them revisits human condition, uncovers moral dilemma, asks big questions, and enforces us to rethink about the meaning of life. The first film is El Clan directed by Pablo Trapero. The film is an intriguing endavour to reflect the social and political atmosphere of Argentine through exploring the case of the Puccio family who kidnapped four people in Bounes Aires in the early 1980s and killed three of them. The story has dramatic endings. The second movie is Labyrinth of Lie

Public Troubles in 2015

January 3–7 – A series of massacres in Baga, Nigeria and surrounding villages by Boko Haram kills more than 2,000 people March 5–8 – The ancient city sites of Nimrud, Hatra and Dur-Sharrukin in Iraq are demolished by the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant. March 12 – The Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant becomes allies with fellow jihadist group Boko Haram, effectively annexing the group March 24 – An Airbus A320-211 operated by Germanwings crashes in the French Alps, killing all 150 on board. April 2 – 148 people are killed, the majority students, in a mass shooting at the Garissa University College in Kenya, perpetrated by the militant terrorist organization Al-Shabaab. April 25 – A m

The March of Turkish Women against Patriarchy and a Criminalised Culture

The violence against women is rife and more dramatically femicide rates have been increasing exponentially in Turkey. The criminal justice system and the patriarchal culture play a greater role by aggravating the already fragile situation of woman victims. Many men brutally offend women and this offence is perceived as a normalised sociological pathology. The reasons of these offences sometimes go far beyond any logical explanation. For instance, wearing a hat or cooking a dish, which was not appreciated by their husbands and partners, could provide the men "sufficient accounts" to use violence against women. However, what makes the situation more tragic is the approach of the police force a