The novel by American writer Veronica Roth was embodied in the cinema. They became the American film "Divergent, Chapter 2: Insurgent", which is an anti-dystopia film directed by Neil Bürger. The action takes place in Chicago. Imagine a futuristic society, divided into several factions. Every young man or girl who has reached adulthood should be tested for belonging to a particular group. The main character of the film - Beatrice Prior goes through the test and finds out that it is suitable for as many as 3 factions. And people who can approach several units are called divergents. Since in public notions people have to be able to obey and to think in a standard way, the authorities are afraid of divergents, because they are not typical and have an independent point of view. The girl chooses caste "Fearlessness" - these are brave, brave and fearless people who are defenders of Chicago. She acquires new friends and finds her love. Moreover, Beatrice changed her name to Tris. After watching the film, you will come across both with the overcoming of the heroine's fears, and with the sentence to execution, and with the death of Tris's mother, and with the "modeling serum", and with attempts to control people through the computer. All this will prompt a young renegade to find like-minded people who will agree to oppose the system in order to restore to society free-thinking and equality.