“The Queen Has No Crown” is Tomer Heymann’s poignant meditation on family, loss, and the mental maps of homelessness. Three of the Heymann sons take their families and leave Israel, one after the other, for “better” lives in America. They fulfill their dreams, but shatter those of their mother. A divorcee, she is left alone in Israel with her two bachelor sons—one straight, and the other, Tomer, gay. The film navigates the intimate lives of 5 brothers and their mother, as they experience the pains of exile and the joys of family bonding.