"Even the killers sleep..."
This is the story of Taïno, a young drug dealer who comes from a ghetto in the capital city of Martinique, Fort-de-France. Mrs Sicot just passed away. She is the activist who fought for years so the area could be more hospitable for the newcomers who came from the rural areas of the island. As these events are unfolding, Taïno reflects on his life in the streets.
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