"For all of your activism, at the end of the day, you still get to go home and enjoy a good night's sleep."
Kyle Bridges is about to get pulled over and harassed by a racist police officer. Which is terrible and scary enough. But Kyle is white. And he just looked at his reflection in the rearview mirror and saw the face of a black man staring back at him, instead of his own. And it is probably no coincidence that he recently broke his cherished pair of rose-colored glasses.
This is just one step in the journey of a straight white male who's about to find out exactly what it means to be an "other." When this neo-hippie, who has lived his life by the credo of "power to the people," finds his beliefs challenged by the reality of what "the people" experience every day, will his convictions hold ... or will they shatter and give way to anger, cynicism and paranoia?