KÖY (Turkish for village) is about the longing for home, for belonging and the freedom of the self. Three women from three generations are united by their Kurdish roots. All of them originate from villages in eastern Turkey and live in Berlin. Against the background of the political changes in Turkey, Serpil Turhan held intense discussions over a period of three years. KÖY captures each woman’s emotional world and shows fragments of the ordinary. Hêvîn, Saniye and Neno do not meet, but their stories are linked when it comes to self-determination and belonging.