In the Covid crisis, the extraverted, Suriname-born popular singer Master Stu brings lonely seniors in a working-class district in Amsterdam solace with free sidewalk parties.
The streets are empty in the working-class districts of Amsterdam. Due to the Covid pandemic, vulnerable, lonely people are confined to their homes. Time to liven things up a bit! The Surinam-Dutch popular singer Master Stu decides to give the residents heart with his sidewalk parties. Armed with speakers and a microphone, he moves from street to street. Where Master Stu appears, you get a merry crowd and there is also room for emotions among people whose world has grown really small due to the pandemic. Meanwhile, his manager and wife Patrice directs their latest music video 'Five feet, it’s the new normal!'.
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