One day in Whitechapel

Two teenagers meet on the opposite sides of the barricades during a racist demonstration and open a dialogue due to circumstance bringing them together.

Sam goes to her first demonstration, where she sees this tough battle between the racists and anti-racists. She is forced to do the right thing after she watches her friends beat up a young skin-head.

This film attempts to build the bridge between two communities that confront each other in a violent way. On one side there is the extremist right wing and the other side there is the second-generation children of immigrants, fighting to be heard and to stand their ground. To open a dialogue between two opposing teenagers is bringing hope to a hopeless situation.