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On 8th February 2000 at Feltham Young Offenders Institute, Robert Stewart, a known violent racist was placed in a cell with Zahid Mubarek, a young Asian man due to be released in 6 weeks who had only been convicted of petty theft. Over this six week period, Stewart, with his unbalanced mind and deep seated racist tendencies is allowed, through indifference bordering on institutional culpability, to become the 'monster' he always wanted to be. Hours before Mubarek's release, Stewart murdered him in an unprovoked attack.Written by
This movie is from murderer's perspective. It shows the Xenophobia and racism with good cinematography. I have personally faced someone like Stewart (a weed smoker & use to think and talk to himself), he threatened me in past. However, it wasn't in prison. Prison's aren't the only place where hatred is spread, there are many other places. I hope one day we become humans and forget our differences. These things happen at workplace, residences, etc. However, not everyone is same. But sometimes those responsible for checking these issues ignore the guidelines and are often not punished or disciplined. I want to thank the production team for at least bringing these issues into light in form of a great movie with entertainment.
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