Unbelievable events take place in the Paris Zoo: the one-eyed polar Wolf and the little African boy silently tell each other stories, one more surprising than the other.
In two pupils - boyish and wolf - flickered, replacing each other, snow-covered Tundra, yellow, gray and green of Africa. Somewhere there, in the past, shots are heard, screams are heard, the noise of propellers and jackals howling, golden sparkles flash and rain envelops the jungle.
The wolf and the boy are staring at each other.
And the more they know each other, the clearer they understand that whether you are a wolf or a boy, a camel or a cheetah - if you had the patience and wisdom to hear the story of someone else's heart and respond to it, you are no longer alone.
Remaining on opposite sides of the zoo bars, the Wolf and the boy named Africa will break the cell of mistrust and suspicion - a cell in which everyone can find himself and from which one cannot get out one by one.