Rahmi is a young Romanian Muslim man living in London with his mother and trouble-making younger brother Cemil. His mother runs a family home that recalls their roots near the Black Sea, and speaks Romanian with her sons. In the absence of their father, Rahmi is head of the family - and the bridge between the family's roots and their adopted home. But Rahmi has a secret. The double life he leads is catching up with him and soon he will discover that even the whitest of lies can shake him to the core.
Official Selection: BFI LONDON FILM FESTIVAL
Nominated 'Best British Short' BFI FLARE LONDON LGBTQ+ FESTIVAL,
Drama | LFS
Dir. Christopher Manning