Magdalena Rycsko, the owner of Hairrari Barber Salons, owns three thriving barber shops in NYC and Brooklyn. Unlike many barber salons in the city, hers are not hyper-masculine, nor stiff and inaccessible. Rather, she aims to cultivate a community among hipster, queer, trans, and all other folk. Anyone who wants an amazing cut is welcome here. Nearly 12 years ago, Magdalena attended school to become a hairdresser, never imagining that barber shops would be in her future – but after shampooing and assisting and cutting at several salons, she finally decided to take the plunge. Franck Bohbot explores the aesthetic of Magdalena’s lifestyle, work, and craft. Between poetry and documentary, the visual storytelling and narration is simple, straight to the point, and cinematographically singular, giving a great woman a voice in this generally male-dominated field of work.