David, a young single father who is unemployed and an occasional rapper, lives with his parents, his child, his sister and her own child. In this rather peculiar family life, between getting up, meals and homework, he tries to keep a few minutes for himself and his passion for rhyme and music.
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A lovely, tender film on the ambiguity of maturity, and the obstacles of navigating the binary of social adjustment. A hymn to non-conforming adulthood, to millenial brilliance, to finding paths to thriving. We don't only need diversity in race, gender and sexuality. We also need behavioral diversity! And this film is a great showcase of why. The way David and Oro bonded over rap = parental goals.