'One of the most human, tender and comedic films at Cannes this year with outstanding acting.' - Emma Kiely, The Upcoming

A long, sun-kissed summer in their downmarket coastal hometown lies before Nour and his older brothers. Nour is 13, old enough to work and so become more of ‘a man’, with each brother offering a version of what that could mean: Mo the cheeky lothario, Heidi the wily criminal, and oldest Abel the stern leader. Nour is drawn to the singing classes he hears on his summer job, and this ‘feminine’ calling clashes with macho culture. A warm, vivid film that conjures empathy for all types of ‘bro’.