Under the thumb of the tyrannical Ottoman Empire in early-19th-century Ioannina, the handsome first-born son of Ali Pasha falls for the beautiful Greek widow, Frosyni. Now, the penalty is death. Is there an escape from the Pasha's wrath?
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Ioannina, in the beginning of the 19th century. The whole Greece is under Turks. Ioannina is governed by the fierce and vulgar Ali Pasas. Ali's eldest son, Muchtar, falls in love with a young Greek widow, Frosyni. The problem is, he's married to the vindictive and cruel Chanife. And the muslim penalty for having an affair with a married man is death...Written by