When Shuki Beso emptied a cartridge of bullets into his father, it wasn’t an impulse decision, rather a calculated move from a lifetime of desperation.
Growing up, his parents had a rocky relationship. It got worse with time, to the point of physical violence.
He had grown up a God-fearing man and his faith had strict commandments to “honour thy father and they mother.” When it became clear that he had to choose one or the other, he made a decision.
There’s no glory in his action. He may have found release, but it doesn’t come with peace. It’s an unflinching look into a man’s struggle with the concept of honouring and respecting his father, a man who may not deserve it at all.