The portrait of an Iranian psychoanalyst who is improperly interned and her struggle for release that takes on almost mythical proportions. In response to the cry for help from his Iranian colleague Mitra Kadivar, psychoanalyst Jacques-Alain Miller tries to free her from a psychiatric hospital in Tehran on the basis of e-mail traffic. Starting from that gripping correspondence, Mitra brings the story of Kadivar's struggle. At the crossroads between opera, film and installation, this is a true cry from confinement and isolation. Mitra bears witness to the resistance of our humanity, which is vulnerable and revolts against everything that destroys it.