For a record, Jacques Audiard, Tahar Rahim, and Niels Arestrup’s collaboration is one of the best in the French film industry. The film follows a 19-0year-old guy-Franco-Arab Malik El Djebena imprisoned for a petty crime. In the prison, Malik gets to fall under the command of the Corsican mob. This leads him into a risky territory which is in-between an allegiance to his Muslim roots and the protection of his new enforcers. At the command of his prison boss, Malik murders a fellow inmate and this forms a platform for the redemption tale that comes next. With time, Malik begins to slowly accept and embrace his Muslim roots and to set things right. However, the power dynamic of the prison takes another direction that finds the main energized by faith and the community. Sadly, Malik’s future remains uncertain because of the drama around him. This violent saga teaches us to take responsibility, deal with the overheads, yet the only option absolute desperation. Jacques Audiard had initially screened a film in one of the French prisons where he got surprisingly shocked about the prison’s condition. That made him film this gripping film.