All that Driss cares about right now is getting his letter signed in order to continue receiving his welfare benefits. He meets Phillipe, a very rich man who is interviewing candidates for a job as his caregiver. Driss joins the candidates, but doesn’t want to get hired. He is told to come back the next day, which he does.
Well, Driss is good at his care giving skills and is a friend one would wish to have. Mr. Phillipe is a disabled man, but Driss completely him even though he has his riches and an adopted daughter.
Mr. Phillipe gets to tell Driss of how he got disabled in a car accident that claimed his wife’s life before she could produce any child for him. A friend of Mr. Phillipe warns him about Driss’s criminal history, but Mr. Phillipe is not interested in all that. All he knows is that Driss is the right man he needs. Within no time, Driss changes the lives of those around him in Mr. Phillipe’s mansion proving to be more than a just a black servant