How does a man show ultimate loyalty to his family? Shot Caller explores this question through the lens of a middle-class man thrust into the extreme violence of the racially charged American prison gang world.
Jacob, our protagonist, leads the perfect middle class existence in California: a beautiful wife, a young son, a high-flying job. When he kills his friend in a drunk driving accident, he is thrown into prison and must align himself with a white skinhead gang, loosely modeled after the real life Aryan Brotherhood.
The film follows a familiar path of tracking Jacob during his release, as we are treated to flashbacks of how he became the white pride tattooed gang member he is. Ten years have passed and now Jacob is out, and he’s on a mission to sell some guns that have been smuggled...Full review >>