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Osman Ozsoy's reflection emphasizes that every "true story" on screen mirrors our shared human journey, urging us to infuse hope and empathy into our narratives and actions.

In the world's museums, a Turkish proverb resonates: "A donkey dies, and his saddle is left behind. A person dies, and his work is left behind." This preview explores the profound impact of historical artifacts, emphasizing how museums, like mirrors of humanity's story, call us to leave a legacy of positive deeds and cherished memories for future generations.

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