Through the eyes of its inhabitants, this film makes a journey in the Barriera di Milano, one of the neighbourhoods with the highest immigration rate in Turin. It alternates images of Angelo’s volunteering patrol in the street, together with other retired men like himself, and of JB, a young African rapper who goes around the neighbourhood and hangs out at the Bagni Municipali in Agliè Street. Through his music, JB tells the problems of Barriera di Milano, which are not only related to drug dealing, but also to, intolerance, which he finds out for himself every day. As if in a sort of mirror, the protagonists’ voices make the viewer reflect upon who the “other” is, and what stereotypes stop people from getting to know each other.