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The professional duties and personal agendas of four prominent San Francisco women intertwine as collaborators and adversaries battling on the tilted playing field of their male-dominated worlds.
A 12-year-old boy is mistakenly shot during a drug raid in Chinatown aligning the professional duties of our four women. Guarding her newly-elected position as mayor of San Francisco, DEBRA WALKER allows the blame for the shooting to deflect toward JESSIE HERRERA, a discredited SFPD detective, whose continued reckless tactics has marred her career path. ALISON PRICE, a brash LGBT journalist, trails outside the lines as she angles her investigation of the shooting on YURI LING, a affluent private practice attorney with strong ties to the Chinese-American community who takes the victim’s family under her wing. Their actions uncover a greater conspiracy.