Richard Pakleppa takes his camera onto the streets of Angola and gather stories of all sectors of society, discovering how the country has evolved since the end of the civil war.
A group of street children, a teacher, a priest, a fishmonger, a model and a rapper talk about the war and the changes that resulted from it. These are dramatic stories of post-war, in a country which, while struggling to restart it faces new problems.
The director addresses several issues that are part of this society, as the case law, oil, landmines, poverty and microcredit. A kaleidoscopic view of Angolan society that reveals social inequalities in a country that lived in war for years.