Arrested at age sixteen in Ayatollah Khomeini's Iran, Marina Nemat was imprisoned in Teheran's notorious Evin prison for two years. She emigrated to Canada in 1991 and lives with her husband and two sons near Toronto.
"[A] portrait of an artist and the evolution of an activist." - The
Globe and Mail
"A fascinating study of one woman's struggle to win back her life from the ravages of a traumatic past." - Quill & Quire
"Graceful, honest and revelatory." - Maclean's
"Equally powerful." - Chatelaine