In Måste gitt we follow Metin, a young man in one of Stockholm's suburbs where unwritten laws are applied, and their own courts always have the last word. The odd thing about Metin is that he writes a diary and everything he sees and does, all names, places and criminal acts are documented in the smallest detail. When the diary disappears one day, he’s terrified that the police will find it. But it is not the police who found it but a publisher (Lena Endre) and Metin's life will never be the same again. Sofie Olsson writes in Kulturnyhetern: "From what could have been a hair-raising problematic story of a polarized society, the actors and Zubak, in some sort of mystical alchemical process, succeed in squeezing gold." The film was nominated for a Guldbagge, Best Screenplay.