Their parents came from a former Portuguese colony. The children were born in Lisbon, but feel more Cape Verdean than Portuguese. They left their childhood neighbourhood to move a social housing quarter.
They speak Portuguese, but quickly learned Creole. In Nôs Terra, they talk about the duality and conflict of belonging to two worlds that live back to back, but that, after all, belong to them as one.
It is a documentary focusing on the process of building a counter-discourse featuring young black Portuguese.