The paper is the analysis of rape, killing, and oppression through the movie review. The movie studied is Turtles Can Fly. The work attempts to answer the question if the main character (Agrin) was justified to commit a murder. The paper provides the description of the plot and main characters of the movie. The author believes that Agrin was justified to kill her baby Risa because she was a victim of rape; no one in the refugee camp knows about it except her brother Hyenkov. All other people in the camp including ‘Satellite’ know Risa as a brother to Agrin and Hyenkov. Hyenkov and Agrin have also chosen not to tell anybody about the full story of Risa. Despite this high-level secrecy, the two must have been aware that the truth will eventually come out. Among the Kurdish, a woman is not eligible for marriage if she has a child outside wedlock irrespective of the circumstance that led to the conception of the child. Agrin is a victim of this societal norm; she has Risa, a rape victim child. The norms of the society are very discriminatory against women. There is no one who will try to understand the untold story of Agrin and Risa and try to examine it from another viewpoint. Agrin was an innocent teenager like any other child at the time the soldiers raped her. She could not resist because she was helpless. The abuse affected her psychologically; she failed to notice that ‘Satellite’ was interested in her. Agrin was an orphan; she had no parents who could help her overcome the trauma and
bad economic situation.