The misadventure of 34 young blacks from the Democratic Congo hired as cab drivers in Bucharest, the capital of Romania.
Victor, Christian, Papa Lambert and the others were recruited in Kinshasa during 2008 to come and work in Romania. Great promises were made to them about salary and working conditions. Once in Bucharest, the dream quickly turned into a nightmare: at first they were exploited and their employment contracts were terminated. Another ordeal began for them: the legitimacy of their presence in Romania. Those who have not yet been expelled are fighting to stay and integrate in Romania, facing a new reality. For the others, the return has a bitter taste.