The summer of 2017. Musso, a small village in the Ardennes surrounded by forest, not far from Heiderfeld. The psychiatrist has a new patient: Dany Bastin, a 29-year-old man, broken by 11 years in prison. Therapy continues when in the village where Dany lives, a disembowelled body is found, that of Astrid Du Tilleul, a rich woman Dany has been working for as a gardener the past few weeks. The police are convinced the man has reoffended. However, the psychiatrist is not convinced. She believes Dany is innocent. She is convinced he has been a victim of a miscarriage of justice 11 years ago, that he does not have the proﬁle of a killer, and that a new miscarriage of justice is about to happen. Alone facing the certainty of the cops and the rigidity of the system, she asks Yoann Peeters to help her. Peeters is reluctant, as he is no longer a cop, but finally accepts out of loyalty. While he discovers elements proving Dany is innocent, Dany admits to murdering Du Tilleul when the police press him for a confession.