Iran, 1978. The beginning of the dark period that the Islamic Republic went through under the rule of Ayatollah Seyed Ruhollah Mousavi Khomeini. Peri, a charming and captivating Jewish girl, is in love with her cousin Morad Levi and is engaged to him. But the Islamic revolution rejects the couple's plans day after day. After they finally get married, and when the situation in Tehran is only getting worse and Islamic extremism is spreading everywhere, they decide to take a brave step and flee to Israel together with their two young children. The escape journey is long and exhausting, involves enormous physical and mental difficulties and is accompanied by breathtaking risks and dramas. The young family crosses fields and sleepy villages and gallops with the horses over the mountain ranges in Kurdistan in Vacha, Turkey. From the fabric of the Levy family's life unfolds before the reader's eyes a picture of the life of the Jews of Iran during the reign of Mohammad Reza Shah Pahlavi and the days of the Islamic Republic of Ayatollah Khomeini.