A group of Nigerian immigrants leave the Savannah to go to work to Treichville, a suburb in Ivory Coast. With pseudonyms of their occidental boxing and film idols, they will have to earn a living while facing the cultural shock challenges.
Jean Rouch was a French filmmaker and anthropologist. He was considered one of the maximum exponents of ethnographic film. Me, a black—part of the cinéma verité current— is one of his most representative films.