Twelve-year-old Abe is an aspiring chef who wants his cooking to bring people together, but his half-Israeli, half-Palestinian family has never had a meal that didn't end in a fight. Ditching his traditional summer camp, Abe begins working with Chico, an adventurous street chef who encourages him to think outside his old cuisines. However, when Abe's deceit is uncovered, he must grapple with his family and his passions and whether even the most lovingly cooked family dinner can heal old wounds.
Families -- Fiction.
Preteens -- Fiction.
Video recordings for the hearing impaired.
Andrade, Fernando Grostein, 1981- film director, screenwriter.
Breaking Glass Pictures (Firm), publisher.
Calabi, Claudia, production designer.
Castello, Claudia, editor of moving image work.
Chiossone, Orenlla, costume designer.
Ciampolini, Carols Eduardo, film producer.
Corrêa, Thomaz Souto, screenwriter.
Dominczyk, Dagmara, 1976- actor.
Giurato, Blasco, director of photography.
Gullane, Caio, film producer.
Gullane, Fabiano, film producer.
Issaq, Lameece, screenwriter.
Kader, Jacob, screenwriter.
Lasevicius, Bruno, editor of moving image work.
Lima, Pedro, sound designer.
Margolis, Mark, actor.
Moayed, Arian, actor.
Pinheiro Jr., Noberto, film producer.
Schnapp, Noah, actor.
Spangler, Suzanne, editor of moving image work.
Vogler, Christopher, 1949- screenwriter.