As the discussion outlines that the movie opens following a car accident involving detective Graham Waters (black) and Ria (Latino), his partner, and Kim Lee (Asian). While the two women exchange racial insults, the detective decides to take a look at the crime scene close by, but he soon gains a horrified face expression. A day earlier, a Persian man and his daughter try to buy a gun, but they face racial discrimination at the shop when the owner refuses to sell it to them; after suffering verbal sexual assaults, Dorri (the daughter) manages to buy the gun and an unspecified type of ammunition. This study declares that detectives Waters and Ria arrive on a scene of a shooting between two drivers; the surviving one turns out to be an undercover policeman (white), while the dead one was black. Even if detective Waters suspects that the dead back driver was engaged in illegal affairs, he is forced to keep that piece of information to himself by one of Rick Cabot’s councilors, who was trying to win the black vote for the elections. At his home, Daniel tries to comfort his daughter Lara, who was scared of gun shots, by giving her a protective “invisibility impenetrable cloak”; afterwards, he goes out for another job, which happens to be for the Persian shopkeeper; Daniel replaces a lock on a door, but tell the Persian that the door needs to be fixed itself; the shopkeeper doesn’t want to listen, accusing Daniel of cheating.