A man on a terrorist mission struggles with his decision on a crowded subway after he meets an innocent child. A déjà vu moment connects him to his haunting past and urges him to question the complex notion of the enemy. When the 'enemy' is humanized there's a shift in perspective. As Mahatma Gandhi said, 'An eye for an eye would make the whole world blind'. The film explores this deep philosophical concept through the eyes of a terrorist.