Do Something is a film about the conflict an African American mother has with her daughter who has been arrested at a BLM demonstration.
The arrest triggers a vigorous debate between mother and daughter on the issues of social justice and racism in America. The mother has fought against institutional racism she has personally felt in her career as a successful Hollywood film executive. The daughter, a leader of the BLM movement at her school, is in the streets fighting for social justice and the racism that has been with the country since its inception.
When the daughter goes missing after another demonstration the mother learns she has been kidnapped by a white supremist group and is being held for ransom.
Their conflict now becomes a life and death issue.
Directed by Peppur Chambers (USA)