Deepa Mehta mixes guns, bhangra beats, bespoke suits, cocaine and betrayal in "Beeba Boys": an adrenaline-charged Indo-Canadian gang war, and a violent clash of culture and crime. Gang leader Jeet Johar and his young, loyal, and often-brutal crew dress like peacocks, love attention and openly compete with an old-style Indo crime syndicate to take over the Vancouver drug and arms scene. Blood is spilled, hearts are broken and family bonds shattered as the Beeba Boys ("nice boys") do anything "to be seen and to be feared." In a white world. "Beeba Boys" is a gangster film by an internationally celebrated female director; a movie where stereotypes are intentionally challenged and which takes us right inside this Indo-Canadian world - a specific culture which no crime movie has explored before.