“Whites and Blacks” chronicles the full life of a man, a fine craft worker – a printmaker by trade – and a humanist citizen of the world. He uses the drypoint technique. The film reveals the patient and arduous learning process involved in the profession, the understanding that any creation requires stubborn work and perseverance. We discover the importance of bonds with others, and a commitment to neighbourhood life to protect it against gentrification. We are immersed in a sensitive and fraternal world.