Nasreddin Hodja is one of the most important cultural figures in Turkish literature. For generations, Turkish children have grown up listening to the satirical wisdom of this quick-witted hero.

Dhalinyaro is a coming-of-age story that follows the lives of three high school students, Deka, Asma and Hibo, during the year of their baccalaureate, which is equivalent to A-levels in the UK.