Paul Graff leads a quiet childhood in the New York suburbs. Together with Johnny, a classmate excluded because of his skin color, they get into mischief. Paul believes he has the protection of his mother, president of the association of mothers and fathers of students, and his grandfather, with whom he maintains a very good relationship. But, after an incident, he is sent to a private school, whose board of directors includes Donald Trump’s father as one of its members. The elitism and unapologetic racism he encounters will drastically change his world.