i've got a row of bytes:
I am able to print your string in this way, but the output is all "invalid characters."
>>> string = u'\udcd0\udca0\udcd0\udcbe\udcd1\udc81\udcd0\udcbd\udcd0\udcb5\udcd1\udc84\udcd1\udc82\udcd1\udc8c' >>> print string ����������������
According to Charbase.com, your first character (u'\udcd0') is invalid character. So maybe the output is correct.