Deborah is a young, beautiful Jewish woman who lives with her parents in a suburban area. Rachid, a young man in his twenties, lives nearby with his Muslim family. Even though Rachid and Deborah are fully aware their mutual love will never be accepted by their respective families, they continue to meet at night in hopes of keeping their relationship a secret.
When Deborah finds out she is pregnant, she tells Rachid who insists she aborts the pregnancy. Deborah gives birth without his knowledge to male twins, and the babies are put up for adoption. Twenty six years later, the twins named Ethan and Yacine are vibrant young men who have been raised in separate homes, one by a Muslim family and the other by a Jewish family. Neither brother knows the other exists. Fate would have it that they one day meet each other and together, search for their birth mother and father. A message of enduring hope and tolerance, “Compatible” is an emotionally-charged feature film that will have the audience laughing and crying all throughout.