Set in Azerbaijan in 1914, the drama explores the dilemmas created by the rule “European” over a company “Oriental” by the love story of Ali and Nino. Ali is a Muslim upper class, whose family owns a great power in Baku, Azerbaijan. At that time, before World War I, Azerbaijan was part of the Russian Empire. Nino’s girlfriend Ali, belongs to neighboring Georgia and is Christian, but the two are deeply in love and escape together. Ali and Nino, who had loved since childhood, now faces a variety of obstacles that prevent them from being together, including religions and imminent threat to the Bolshevik revolution, but despite these aspects lovers defies his parents and marry. At first, it seems that their love intense will be sufficient to overcome differences in their environment, but their relationship is soon tested, first it facing what it means to be a woman living in a society traditionalist and then again, I know everything is turned upside down by the arrival of the first world war. As the political-military situation is developing in Russia and Turkey, the two become involved in the struggle for independence of Azerbaijan. When conflict moves in Baku, Ali fight against the Bolsheviks with the militia from Azerbaijan and Nino helps care for soldiers wounded during the massacre. Their love will survive geographical barriers, political and religious?