A sweeping movement emerges from a Tinder date: The harmless first meeting of Queen (Jodie Turner-Smith) and Slim (Daniel Kaluuya) in a diner takes a dramatic turn when she is pulled out of circulation by a police officer and unjustly racially unjustified and be particularly brutally harassed. In self-defense, Slim kills the officer and instead of surrendering, they embark on a rapid escape. Now the two, who hardly know each other, are nowhere safe and suddenly, as cop killers, murderers who are wanted all over the country. But soon they will receive support from many sides – as a modern incarnation of Bonnie and Clyde and as an involuntary symbol of the Black Lives Matter movement. With their history and their hardship, they not only bring black police officers into serious conflicts of conscience.