Odette, a young filmmaker, travels to Turkey to investigate stories of gecide for an upcoming film. When she interviews Sahana, an elderly Muslim woman who has spent her life assisting survivors of the Armenian gecide, she learns a devastating secret that she resolves to share with the world at any cost, even if it means revealing her own shocking secret.
Rahul Varma is a playwright, artistic director of Teesri Duniya Theatre, and co-founder of alt.theatre: cultural diversity and the stage. He writes both in Hindi and English, a language he acquired as an adult. Some of his other plays include Land Where the Trees Talk, No Man's Land, Trading Injuries (a radio drama), and Truth and Treason. His plays have been translated into French, Italian, Hindi, and Punjabi. Rahul is the recipient of a special Juror's Award from the Quebec Drama Federation, a Montreal English Critic's Circle Award for promoting Interculturalism, and the South Asian Theatre Festival Award.