"Jocelyne, Mi tchè mwen » /« Jocelyne Beroard, at heart » is an intimate feature length documentary film portraying Jocelyne Beroard, sole female member of the legendary French Caribbean band KASSAV, one of the greatest icons of the West Indian and African community. Beyond having initiated a new musical movement called Zouk, she largely contributed to spreading its influence in the West Indies to a global scale. First French Caribbean female artist to be awarded a Gold record, rewarded world citizen, committed artist especially for defending the rights of the black population and equally an activist against child abuse, if one knows her career well, little is known of her private life. Yet all her songs seem to be an autobiography. Expressing as much explosive joy as abyssal pains, her texts reveal her sensitivity, as well as her great inner strength, but also the difficult periods of her sentimental past. By revealing the great events of her journey, the film shows how this outstanding Caribbean artist used her gifts of writing and interpretation to magnify her emotions and to give them a universal resonance. Those who already know Jocelyne Beroard, in her artistic dimension, will finally discover parts of her personal history. Those who do not know her yet, will discover an essential figure of music, an Ambassador of the Caribbean, a committed artist, an exceptional woman so many times rewarded for her input, a citizen of the world, a true example for generations to come.