Miri possesses a special quality: She is always there to go the extra mile to help another in need.
One morning she finds a message in a bottle washed up to the shore.
It is written by a young girl named Gitty, whose non-religious father and stepmother have submitted her to the Cackon – a psychiatric hospital ship under the control of the ominous People in White.
All Gitty wanted was to be able to keep Torah and mitzvos – but her father and stepmother were adamant that she give up her Yiddishkeit.
Miri tries to find a way to help Gitty; but no one – other than her good friend, Aidel, believes this message is for real.
Until they find Tzirel, a psychiatrist who may know just what to do to rescue Gitty.
As it turns out, they will need to follow the invaluable advice of the Lubavitcher Rebbe, in his ma’amar, “You Have Given the Ones Who Fear You Trials,” in order to pass the ultimate test of sailing out across dangerous waters, to the Cackon, to make their daring rescue.