A Mormon couple in Virginia is unable to conceive. The Church of the Latter-Day Saints arranges for the adoption of four children, all African American. They grow up to be fierce competitors, mainly in speed skating, sometimes violently within their home, but always with each other. In a socio-political climate rife with police brutality, racial inequality, and political unrest, the two eldest brothers, now grown men, find their voices. One, John, after experiencing a series of racially motivated affronts, veers left, embracing Black Lives Matter. The other, James, follows in the footsteps of his conservative parents and not only embraces Trump, but becomes a public activist for him.
This documentary follows the two brothers in the aftermath of the 2020 presidential election, culminating in the Capital Insurrection - an event both men are involved in, on either side of the ideological divide.
Directed by Jade Sacker