A young woman embeds herself in a white power group in order to find her adoptive African-American mother, but one night after the group returns from a rally they test her allegiance. Shot in a single, continuous take.
Did You Know?
During the living room scene when Ames dominates Blaze, there's a safety pin on her nurse scrubs (also visible when she returns to the couch). At the time of production, and in the wake of Donald Trump's presidential victory, the safety pin emerged as a symbol of unity: a way for people to show they would not stand for the kind of violence that had emerged since Trump took office. Ames takes advantage of this symbol in order to mislead those who don't know what she really stands for; a comment on how easily well meaning actions can be co-opted. See more