Meet successful London property developer Daniel Martins. He has everything a man could want: his own booming business, the luxury pad, the expensive sports car… all at the tender age of twenty-five. But should he appreciate this more because he is black?
Daniel doesn’t think so, as far as he is concerned, his hard work warrants his position. Gone are the days where by default, black men are seen as gun toting, drug selling, urban music making individuals. Times have changed; the colour of ones’ skin is trivial. It’s the twenty-first century; racism is a thing of the past… isn’t it? It’s only policemen and shop assistants who constantly remind Daniel of the stereotypes assigned to his race. Surely this shouldn’t be enough to send him on a mission to prove everybody wrong? After all, it could cost him his relationship with his best friend who happens to be white. It could cost him his career and make him become the very stereotype that he longs to refute. Despite all this, Daniel is hell-bent on challenging every prejudice, he is also desperate for his late fathers’ approval. But how dangerous does his obsession with all this become?