Fred, photographer, is in Tunisia to do a report on the “bezness” (male prostitutes). Out of place in this universe where the image is a violation and its representation a taboo, he is Roufa's protege.
Handsome and dark, Roufa lives off his body. His dream: to leave Sousse. Europe attracts and fascinates him. His moral and his behavior are twofold. Very permissive with his customers, he is conservative and repressive with his family, especially with Khomsa, his young fiancée. This film is the portrait of a youth struggling with the perverse effects of tourism and confronted with contradictions between traditions and modernity, East and West.