September 20, 2018
Zain, a despondent Lebanese boy, is overcome by a surge of indignation during his adolescence. Perturbed with his negligent parents for giving him life, Zain makes the audacious decision to sue them for their crime-worthy parenting. At the tender age of 12, Zain decamps from his childhood home and winds up on the streets of Lebanon where he meets Rahil, an Ethiopian migrant worker. Rahil takes a shine to Zain, offering him shelter and food in exchange for watching her son. As expected, Zain's unorthodox adolescence brings with it some challenging junctures.