An eye-opening documentary about what happened to the survivors of the Armenian Genocide and the lesser known massacres of 1937-38 in Dersim, Turkey. It explores the impact of the forced process of Islamization and Turkification upon the survivors of the region. The name of the documentary is based on the Armenian monastery of Dersim, the only Armenian place of worship that was not destroyed during the Genocide. Gundogan shows the significance of searching for identity, dealing with fragmented memories and reconnecting with one’s ancestry.