Basti (16) lives in a broken home in a run-down neighbourhood, constantly scared of his abusive father. In his desperate search for love, affection and acceptance, he joins a group of neo-fascists which his brother belongs to. For the first time in his life, he feels like he belongs. Then he meets Tekin, a Turkish boy of the same age who gets him interested in his multi-ethnical basketball team. All of a sudden Basti is caught between two fronts, he is a fascist but still Tekin’s friend, he belongs but yet he's all alone, and when Tekin gets seriously injured in a fight with some Neo-Nazis, Basti has to make a decision... The subject of Jump! is racism and violence – violence against those who are different, those who do not belong. The film tells the story of a friendship which is put on trial because of this longing to belong. Jump! is moving, provocative and certainly food for thought.