Joris (Josha Stradowski) is shy, introverted and cautious, Yad (Majd Mardo) is bold and impulsive, but at a chance meeting, opposites attract, and sparks fly. Having spotted Yad windsurfing at the beach, Joris is taken aback when he discovers Yad is his grandmother's new helper. Stealing kisses between surfboards, wrestling in the reeds and filming their adventures, the couple find themselves growing closer and opening up to each other Yet as the boys fall ever deeper in love, the weight of their families' expectations of them grow more profound, until one of them finally asks, would it be better if they were 'Just Friends'?
A charming film centre around Joris and Yad's mutual attraction and the pit falls it brings with Yad also being the carer for Joris's grandmother and her desire to be the match maker! Like all good love stories there are pit falls but the director does not allow it to wallow in self pity and the lovers supporting families issues also add to the feel and depth of the film.