In 2007, 19-year-old Saila sees secretly-filmed footage from 101 working farmhouses. She, like the rest of the country, is shocked. Saila joins the animal rights movement, and in 2009 becomes the first activist to publicly reveal her identity. This decision lands her – instead of the farmers – in court for years. Afterwards, Saila turns the camera to the justice system in order to reveal how absurd it is. As the government gears up to decide on the new animal welfare act in 2021, Saila is torn between democratic means and activist actions to make change. People are astonishingly unanimous that farm animals should be treated better, but making that happen seems next to impossible. In the end, Saila sees the parliament voting for the Animal Welfare Act and reflects if the value of animal life can be decided in such a banal way.