During occupied Paris in 1943, the brilliant and careless Django Reinhardt plays his swing jazz at the city's best venues and concert venues – Django is at the top of his career. But he also belongs to the Roma people, and throughout Europe, the persecution of Roma takes place. And soon, his life takes a new turn when the Nazi propaganda department wants to send him on a tour in Germany.
This film traces out the portrait of a motorway rest area located in the countryside in the North of France. It looks like a dream, filled with the whispers thoughts and the lives of those who work here, as well as those who are just passing through. It is also a very concrete place, a perfect spot to observe today’s Europe: the violence carried by the free competition of a single market, the nostalgia carried by uprooted lives, and all the solitude engendered by our modern world.
An Iranian family survives the shah and the ayatollah and moves to France. This story follows the family through it all. Despite the politics, revolution, prison, beatings, assassinations and suicides this is a comedy.