In the bathroom of a crowded nightclub, Ibrahim, a 14-year old Moroccan boy, crosses paths with Spanish teen Rafa. Although they exchange only a fleeting glance, the encounter has a profound effect on the pair. As his friends try and set him up with a local girl, Rafa's thoughts remain with Ibrahim. Meanwhile, Ibrahim finds himself isolated in the big city, treated like an outsider, with the threat of deportation hanging over his head. When the two boys meet again, they form a close bond and decide to work together to find a way for Ibrahim to escape his fate and live the life he wants. Against a backdrop of societal pressures and racial tensions, Mikel Rueda's arresting debut boasts two charming performances from its young male leads, expertly capturing the fears and excitement of first love.
I was very disappointed although the boys are beautiful nothing seems to happen between them very unlike real life between gays.I truly think this screenplay was written by a straight person as he or she does not have a clue the way a gay person reacts when meeting another gay, the story line was quite good but colour of picture was very washed out a bit like delux in the 60s and 70s.
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