Mamadou is a Senegalese young man living in Turin working as a cabu-cabu, a kind of abusive taxi driver used exclusively by the African community. Sometimes Mamadou is forced to accept extra work for dangerous friends. One day, he has to deliver a suspect bag across the city, but is distracted by the sight of Aaida, a beautiful girl of Nigerian origin. Meeting the looks of the two young men will kick off a series of encounters and confrontations with other people who will get on the yellow-gold taxi of Mamadou by delaying the delivery of the bag. When the day is over, Mamadou will lose his beloved taxi and go home on foot with Ernesto, a new friend, and perhaps with a future appointment with Aaida.
Vito has been undergoing therapy for mental disorders for some time but he continually hears a voice and has visual hallucinations. Realizing the uselessness of drugs, Vito acquires a new self-awareness: he understands what appears crazy to others is nothing more than an integral part of his life or at least of his past.
Every day, an old lady - a philosopher - wanders the streets of the historic center of Rome feeding pigeons but her true mission is another.
A man alone at home finds a way to have some company but unfortunately the dependence on social networks and smartphones makes the attempt in vain.
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