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Lyon, present day. The esteemed lawyer, Franck Pirondelis, talks with his client, Romain Vischere, who’s been in custody for 24 hours after being charged with terrorism. During the thirty minutes that are authorized by the law, he can’t seem to get anything out of him. Puzzled, the lawyer decides to call Romain’s father, a well-known intellectual, who’s used to dealing with the media and socializing in powerful circles. His father, upset with the situation, insists that he gets in contact with the rest of the family.