The film revolves around two high school boys Damien and Pierre, two high school boys who enter into the film after they plan and murder a unknown woman who they have previously spotted on the street. We soon come to terms that it is not about the crime as much as it is about it. The two boys get paranoid at different times. They submerge themselves into research of Maurice Papon, Adolf Eichman and their ancestry. Another character Zoe in the film gives the director and us a different perspective after running into boys, she suspects them of the crime but rather than turning them in she spirals into an identity crisis and grows fond of mysterious desires. Alice Snow's version of the song Fever is a Exclamation of the feelings boiling over. The director chooses a way less traveled, taking away from murder and dealing with its character effects runs risks of putting off the audience, even the strong literary themes and opinions tend to get lost in translation if you don't understand French and Literature. The film also plays a humming playful score along a serious concentrated drama much like the theme of the film. Justice doesn't apply, at least practically but is served emotionally in heaps and bounds with an exclamation by the boys weeping emotionally in their literary class. The up and down film doesn't decide or even help you decide between morality, evil and innocence.