When she meets the shop's owner, a rebellious young painter, the veneer of the Communist world she once believed in begins to crack. Just as Leila begins to fall in love, she's discovered by her comrades and forced to make an impossible choice. Set at the crossroads of Turkish, Persian and Russian cultures as the red banner of Communism bared down and the West beckoned, The Orphan Sky lyrically reveals one woman's struggle to find her place in the world.
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