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While everybody is revelling, Younes is forced to sell his father’s car parts on King’s Day. That sucks, because he would like to set out with his mother, just like his sister does. When right opposite of him an impudent peer starts singing national anthems, he is immediately irritated. After a while, though, the seeming opposites realise they are both reluctantly trying to meet their fathers’ expectations, and that brings them together. As the national anthem does anyhow, in this musical youth drama that is slightly embarrassing for fathers.