This documentary is a response to the white privilege riot that took place in Keene, New Hampshire at a Pumpkin festival. In the present climate of injustices happening to black bodies, in particular the murder of Mike Brown by a police officer in Ferguson, Missouri, a riot of drunk white youth reveals the afforded privileges of whiteness. This documentary is a mixture of satirical commentary, staging, and performance. These tools show and tell how whiteness allows people to make an "injustice" out of anything, including something as simple as a pumpkin. By turning the camera on the performers, it is a mirrored reflection of how white privilege centers itself in narratives often not about White people using co-opted tools from black protesting culture.
See the link below for more on the Pumpkin riots and Ferguson: http://www.theroot.com/blogs/the_grapevine/2014/10/black_people_riot_over_injustice_white_people_riot_over_pumpkins_and_football.html