We are in the open-air market of Tangier, at the Medina of the castle, in the Berber market where natives of Morocco (nomadic people) sell their products on small stalls or in baskets that are placed on the street.
Views from the multicultural crowd that spreads from the market to the narrow cobbled alleys and among them the filmmaker and his girlfriend as they walk through this color palette.
We watch the man in the white djellaba (a long, loose-fitting unisex outer robe with full sleeves) behind a stall with Arabian pies, a native woman bents over in her baskets, with her improvised tied baby around her back who wears the colorful traditional costume.
Women in white djellaba and headscarves, a man in a traditional berber hat, another in a small colored Muslim hat and the filmmaker's girlfriend who wears her flatcap, smiles and poses to the lens.
The film closes with Tangier's views and one last view at the hotel’s room.