Klezmer clarinettist Simon is living the gay life in Paris. His uncle offers him his vast fortune if he’ll just marry a woman and carry on the family name. At his cousin’s wedding, Simon meets Rosalie, a beautiful, devout, Hasidic singer of secular Yiddish songs. An unlikely match to be sure. The inevitable complications are at once lighthearted and provocative, while exploring issues of family, society and the vagaries of the sexual continuum.