Simcha decides to have Gideon, an ultra-Orthodox boy from Jerusalem, stay at her house as part of an exchange program at her school. Gideon, however, has no idea that Simcha is a girl. Fighting between the two children ensues, as they argue over the other's religious beliefs and way of life. Both of the children are talented artists and musicians and their common ground helps influence how they treat each other. But Gideon's religious fervency prevents him from continuing a relationship -- or does it? An honest and entertaining look at how children express their beliefs, desires and how they relate to one another.