Nicolas Moscara, in his first documentary as director, tackles the most hated job in France: that of the bailiff. He goes to visit a number of people in debt who do not hesitate to threaten bailiffs with a revolver.
Aruinbold is a doctor in the Mongolian desert, and a nomad in a communist society; he was trained to provide care for the nomadic peoples of the desert since no other doctor wanted to fulfil such a task. The only tools he can dispose of are his stethoscope and a blood pressure monitor. When he wants to extract a tooth he has to borrow a clamp from his patient. He travels on his small horse from one yurt to another even when the mountains are covered with snow.