Dosso is a city in transformation, where old reference points are being challenged. The tradition of this community forces those who are native to it to give up learning and practising certain trades. It is the Tchékanda, people from elsewhere, who in this unusual socio-cultural theatre come to populate the city to make a career in these denigrated sectors. Attentive to this urban dramaturgy the director, Bawa Kadadé, tries to understand the evolution of this city and decides to go and meet the signs of its metamorphosis, notably embodied by Zara, a native Dossolese who defies the prohibitions by practising a man’s job as an apprentice mechanic to Daniel, a young man from a Beninese family. Between misunderstandings and determination, Zara tries as best she can to make her own way.