Where the Fire Burns is a road story. Ayse who unexpectedly gets sick is taken for an operation urgently. Her family shows a great solidarity for this operation to happen. During the operation, it is found out that the girl is fourteen weeks pregnant. After the successful operation Ayse doesn’t tell who the father of her baby is. The family who tried to ‘‘keep her alive” is now trying to ‘‘kill” her. Osman the father who takes the responsibility to kill her takes a trip with Ayse. While Osman is trying to find a way to poison his daughter, Ayse doesn’t know that she will be killed. This trip of father and daughter continues on getting to know each other and emotion of regret.
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