A triptych of personal histories examining the private lives of racialised others and the global psychosocial impacts of white hegemony.Three people of colour from different nations tell their stories of how race has affected their love lives, what it was like for them to grow up under white cultural hegemony, and the internalisation of racial dominance.
This film features five charismatic taxi drivers and their passengers from five different
cities: Bangkok, Pristina, Dakar, El Paso and Berlin. For 24 hours, we follow them through
their city, their daily routine, their private life and are listening to their thoughts.
„Café Pepinsky serves jazz classics from the old days. Pure and acoustic, the Berliners swing
around the café table with their voice, guitars and double bass and cheer up the spirits with
their joy of playing.“