I leap to the defense of this wonderful, satisfying film also known as "Three Dancing Slaves".
Three handsome, loving, and lovable young adult brothers protect each other following the death of their beloved mother. Perhaps because of their loss, their 'feminine' sides are emphasized as much as is their masculinity. Relationships with each other and with other males are sensual and innocent, and are free of guile. The small amount of violence in the tale is all the more affecting because of the sympathy one feels for the characters, all suffering from stages of advanced testosterone poisoning.
Only a slightly corny twist to the end of the story of one of the brothers makes this less than a perfect film. The film is beautifully shot. The brothers are brilliantly portrayed, and their stories are touchingly told. I imagine that any open minded and open-hearted person will love this film.