The Place Where Broken Hearts Go is a story about a generation of men and women trying to find love in all of the wrong places: SIATA grew up competing for love. She searched for love wherever she could find it, until tragedy taught her that sometimes the greatest love we can ever find is the one we can give to others. SHAMSA: As a child, she was left at the steps of a church building. She was one of the many orphans without a last name or an identity. She thought that love would finally make her whole, but all it left behind was pain. A blind date with a complete stranger turns out to be a blessing in disguise. ANTONIO: A handsome Italian dreamer sells everything he has to come to America, little does he know that he is about to be cast in the biggest drama of his life. His life teaches us that sometimes, we will never know what our lives and experiences are preparing us for. The Place Where Broken Hearts Go is about survival. It is a trimphant story about the power of the human heart to withstand any obstacle that comes it's way. It is about our beauty as women, a beauty that can not be tarnish by our mistakes, nor our pain. It tells the story of the American dream and how America is still the most sought after haven that the world will ever know. But most of all, it tells the story of our spiritual journeys to find ourselves in the midst of all of our mistakes. The Place Where Broken Hearts Go is in actuality, the story of who we are as a people. That although, we are different, have one basic need: the need to be loved.