A Danish group of guys sing in a church choir on Sunday, but indulge in God's forbidden pleasures every other day. When one of them drowns under mysterious circumstances, their unity and loyalty to one another is put to the ultimate test.
The story is about a 13-year—old boy from Kyrgyzstan and his friends - 12-year-old Tajik Mukhamad and 11-year-old Uzbek Rustam. Their parents moved to St. Petersburg after the collapse of the USSR, finding themselves in a foreign country that has not yet become their own for them.
Joe, Carlo, Bobo and Giacomo have always been friends, each with their own life and problems, but united by an authentic bond and the passion that brought them together: music. The Boys, the band's name, had had lightning-fast success in the 1970s. In their routine - between love and personal affairs - a possibility bursts that takes them on a new journey: they will have to deal with the dreams and ambitions of the past and the world of today, but even more they will discover the meaning of their friendship. .
Fed up with boarding school and frustrated with the way others have planned his life, John Baker Jr. wants a change -- anything to shake up his staid routine. The moment arrives when he stumbles upon a woman, Patty Vare, unconscious in a field. Deciding to risk it, John takes her to his dorm to look after her, much to the disapproval of his friends. John's decision proves fateful as he and Patty grow close to one another. However, she may be keeping secrets from him.