One night, Colette sees from her window a big fire in a wasteland across the road. She decides to go see and is greeted by a Gypsy family from Romania. Touched by Eva, Sami and their two children, she decides to help them.
Although, over time, life conditions improve somewhat, the existence out of the camp is demanding and reveals the bareness to which Romas are condemned.
Recently, French policy of brutally deporting hundreds of Roma families has provoked a big row all over Europe. Beyond the clichés and polemics, discover the daily life of a Roma family in France with this humanistic film.