Katya grew up in an orphanage. One day, she learns that her father's name is Yunus and that he is a ship captain in Trabzon. Unable to overcome her curiosity, she goes to Trabzon to meet her father. Yunus does not know that the captain is pregnant with Katya's mother, Nadya, and that she is his own daughter. Yunus does not accept that the captain Katya is his daughter. Katya is determined to convince the Dolphin captain that she is his daughter. She starts to spend time in Turkey without knowing Turkish. Dolphin, who appears with the Russian girl Katya, begins to be named in the community. Dolphin captain's wife and daughter react to this. In fact, as a result of this reaction, they beat and beat Katya. Meanwhile, Katya says that Yunus is the father of the captain. Dolphin captain says that even when Katya is in this state, she is playing this game for money and that she is not her daughter. The only person who believes in Katya is Veli, son of Yunus captain. The parent supports Katya in filing a paternity suit against her father. The trial begins and towards the end of the trial, Kayta's father Yunus gives the captain the letter that his mother Nadya wrote before she died. Yunus captain reads this letter on the day the case is concluded.
Kadir İnanır, Anna Andrusenko, Caner Cindoruk, Rüçhan Çalışkur, Elena Polyanskaya, Tatsiana Tsivikevich, Ekaterina Malikova, Belgin Erdoğan Beliz Aksoy