Virtuoso clarinettist Simon Eskénazy is trying to finish his record. He is also resisting his sick mother's pleas to move into his apartment, while coming to terms with the reappearance of ex-wife Rosalie and their ten-year-old son; then there are his musicians, his insistent agent, Arlette, and his current lover, Raphaël. When Simon, an Ashkenazi Jew, meets Naïm, a gay Muslim, he is forced to let go of all his preconceived ideas and fears. By night Naïm is Rose, waitress at the 'Paradise' cabaret. Fragile yet violent, loving, funny, elusive and provocative, he is the artist of his own life; in a heartbeat, he can transform himself into a femme fatale. He's My Girl takes up the story of Simon Eskénazy ten years on from the César-nominated Man is a Woman. Visually beautiful and emotionally compelling, the film is again directed by Jean-Jacques Zilbermann and features a stunning performance from Mehdi Dehbi as the extravagant, mercurial Naïm.