Self-taught theremin master Armen Ra, who escaped the Iranian Revolution as a child in 1978 recounts his dynamic journey–which carried him all the way to performances at Lincoln Center and the United Nations–in a life-spanning documentary about the power of music to transform deep sadness into something beautiful. Combines rare concert performances, candid interviews, and archive material into a cinematic experience that was heralded by The Huffington Post, George Heymont as “I have enjoyed few documentaries as When My Sorrow Died…”.