Boulot, himself, appears to be a strange individual, yet upon closer examination, he does not seem so different to the people who surround us.
What is certain is that the world in which he lives, is not full of mysteries, but of plenty of life experience.
Experience that he has acquired by himself, and in contrast to his often-satiated fellow citizens, he knows what it really means to have to make his bread and butter everyday without being ensnared by the stimulus of consumerism.
There is certainly one difference: the rules that govern him.
Are they better than ours, because of being simpler, more understandable and fast?
Especially when confronting the world of crime?...