The plot is not that complicated. Neige is a beautiful woman, always dressed up in Amy Whinehouse's style. She managed to get along with her testy mother, selfish sister and sarcastic ex-boyfriend quite well, but became completely frustrated when her beloved father passed away. Being an energetic, interesting person, who spent half of his life in Algeria, her grandfather left Neige a lot of vivid memories, captioned in his book. After his death, Niege read the book and fell in love with Algeria. She started to look at her life differently: she became concerned with her identity and roots, so she decided to take a DNA test.
The main topic is the issue of self-identity. The focus is on the inner world of Neige, who tries to find her place in the world. She tries to recognize Algerian roots inside her and cultivate them, as far as she considers them the heritage. She starts to explore Algerian culture and history, learn the language and implant local traditions in her everyday life. The aesthetics of Algerian culture are shown very well. We can see vivid scenes with Algerian dances, clothes, and cities. Film's soundtrack consists of local music, which makes the story feel authentic. Algeria itself is portrayed in all its beauty, just as paradise, which brings people happiness and joy.