Set in the streets of Casablanca, Morocco, the film chronicles the impossible getaway of Larsen, a drug addict and former player in a rock band, and Rajae, a luscious prostitute with a formidable voice. He writes the songs and her voice sets them on fire: a fierily passionate couple whose only goal is to make their voices heard through their music.

About the director:

Ismaël El Iraki (1983) is a Paris-based Moroccan filmmaker and screenwriter presenting his directorial debut at the Festival. In 2009, his short film H’RASH was awarded a Special Mention at the Clermont-Ferrand International Short Film Festival.