In some regions of our country, the marriage of underage girls as a result of the pressure of their families has caused and continues to be a great tragedy. The issue of child brides is one of Turkey’s bleeding wounds, and some TV series focusing on this issue have made a lot of noise in the past.
The new ATV series Adı Sevgi, which tells about the sacrifices and struggle of a teacher for her students… In the TV series Adı Sevgi, the character of Elif Türkkan, played by Gizem Güneş, opposes the forced marriage of her student Zeynep in the town named Sarpça, where she is assigned, and leads a troubled family. will turn against her.
However, the story of teacher Elif, who will choose to protect her students without giving up on her decision, will soon meet with the audience on ATV. The series Adı Sevgi is expected to attract a lot of attention, especially since it touches on the subject of child brides.
Anibal Güleroğlu, one of the writers of Milliyet Blog, also wrote a review about this series… Güleroğlu stated that the series, which will lead to empathy, aims to develop social awareness and made the following assessment:
“Another noteworthy detail in the series, which sets out the goal of developing social awareness in correcting mistakes by processing the question “What would you do if they tried to make your little girl a man’s wife” and directing them to empathize with the negativities experienced by others… And at this point, everyone has a duty to fight the “child bride” habit expressing that the problems of real life can be solved with love and self-sacrifice! Isn’t that what one misses in today’s world where fights and conflicts reign?
After all; Setting off with the motto of “You’ll Never Walk Alone”, “Adı Sevgi” is a production that shows that it is possible to create positive changes starting from families and spreading to the general public, when social problems are approached with love, courage and self-sacrifice. Moreover, it sets an example for teachers. The rest is in the perception and preference of the audience.”
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