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Hasti has a daughter, named Tala, from his dead husband. She has recently married a young rich guy named Naser, who is a few years younger than herself. Hasti is happy that their lives have been put to order, but she soon finds out about Naser's mistrust. Soon, his state of mind brings dark and bitter days for Hasti. She stands his harassment for a while, but finally decides to go to court and file for divorce... With her uncle's recommendation, to keep the family together, she decides to leave her favorite profession, nursing. Her gentleness, patience and sacrifice don't make the situation better, and her sufferings continue. After a while, to build her future life, Hasti goes back to work as a nurse. Naser, who isn't ready to lose her, kidnaps Tala and asks Hasti to come visit him to take her daughter. Hasti, who has no other choice, goes to Naser's family house. With his sister's help, Naser gives Tala sleeping pills. He also attacks Hasti when she is not paying attention, and hits her in the head which makes her faint. They lock her up in the basement. When she wakes up, they ask her to sign a confession letter which says she has betrayed her husband. She refuses to do so, therefore Naser beats her up badly. When Monir sees his brother's misbehavior, she tries to stop him, but he beats her too. As he has completely lost his mental stability, he goes to prepare the means to set his wife and his sister on fire. Hasti uses this chance and takes Tala and runs to the street. She is so frightened and distressed that has an accident with a truck... Naser leaves the country immediately and goes to Turkey. When he finds out that Hasti has not used her right to divorce him in his absence, he comes back to Iran, unaware of her plans to take revenge. Naser goes to see Hasti and she pushes him off the stairs...