Comedian Trevor Noah uses the experience of growing up as the child of a racially mixed couple during Apartheid as the lens for his side-splitting comedy.
In this intimate portrait, we meet an anxious Trevor, as he is about to step onto the stage for his first ever one man show.
He listens to his mother, dutifully visits his grandmother, teases his brothers and cruises Jozi’s taxis to get places. He buckles under the corporate entertainment and answers his many critics.
Prodigious, audacious, acerbic, arrogant, hilarious – there are many words to describe Trevor Noah and this funny yet insightful documentary does it best.