Few people remember that, in the mid 1970s, Jean-Luc Godard and his wife Anne-Marie Miéville visited newly-independent Mozambique to help the young Marxist republic set up a television system. Godard wondered how television could be used to give the people of Mozambique a non-colonial picture of themselves. Artist and video maker Ella Raidel was intrigued by Godard’s question and in turn wondered what picture of the population is now given by the media in Mozambique. She met slam poets, hip-hop musicians and visits TV and radio shows. The initial question was serious but her point of view is light-hearted and funny. In the end, the film pays tribute to the cheerful and infectious popular culture of Mozambique.