Based on Actual Events: Guilty of accidentally killing a black postal worker, a tobacco salesman politically awakens after his acquittal by a white court in Apartheid South Africa and joins a resistance group only to be caught, tortured and exiled for planning a terrorist attack against the regime.
Well, what must he do after being exiled? Surely, the story doesn’t end with his exile.
Also how does his acquittal make him “woke”? He beat the rap, didn’t he? The balance of justice tipped in his favor even though it happened in a white court.
What is the cause and effect relationship between his acquittal and his radicalization? What is the personal injustice that motivates him to join the resistance?