This film interviews a number of young people and their families and allows them to share their experiences combating the negative stereotypes that revolve around both their sexuality and ethnicity. She meets Leyla, a British Indian woman who is dating her best friend. They are complete opposites but they find themselves totally attracted to each other, regardless. Despite the clear attraction, Tala cannot accept the implications of choosing to stay with Leyla so she flees back to Jordan. Leyla is insistent that she wants to continue to be with Tala, despite the objections from her very traditional family.
The Arabic of article is written in such a way that it could be taken as condemning all male homosexual intercourse to the death penalty or only forced male homosexual intercourse. Amnesty International interprets the article as condemning perpetrators of rape of both men and women to death, but it can also be translated: State Sponsored Homophobia , p 44 footnote Considering that all extra-marital sexual activity is illegal, rape victims may be sentenced too. Under Islamic law, consensual homosexual relations are punishable by predetermined penalties flogging and hanging among them. Islamic courts work alongside the civil and criminal courts in the UAE and are primarily responsible for civil matters between Muslims.