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The Sultan's Women (2012)

| Documentary, History
Secrets of the harem are revealed. A democratic sultan and his harem are kept prisoners of the palace. The lives of an Ottoman princess and a revolutionary writer intersect as they search ... See full summary »

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Pelin Batu ...
Halide Edib
Melike Gunal ...
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Secrets of the harem are revealed. A democratic sultan and his harem are kept prisoners of the palace. The lives of an Ottoman princess and a revolutionary writer intersect as they search for love and freedom. Resonating with themes of sexual power and liberation in the turbulent collapse of the world's greatest Islamic empire. Set against an epic sweep of history, The Sultan's Women, begins in the 1870s in the confines of palace arrest among the plots for power in the harem. Culminating in the 1920s with the struggle for independence and emancipation in the squares of Istanbul and the battlefields of Anatolia. Written by Anonymous

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