Two generationsone out of college and one a New York Police Department detectivefind it difficult to see eye to eye as they try to make a difference and save their rapidly changing neighborhood from ruthless politicians, a racist real estate speculator, drug dealers, and a terrorist. VICTOR ROMERO, a recent college graduate living on what remains of his loans, has aspirations of fulfilling his dream of buying a building in his Lower East Side neighborhood and maintain affordable rents. Unfortunately, a ruthless real estate speculator, and racist, named Rudolph Archer, a.k.a. Archie Bunker, has plans to the contrary. Victors uncle, MITCHELL LEN, a middle-aged detective trying to make a difference in blue, moves back into the same Lower East Side neighborhood and is drawn into an unwanted high-profile homicide, and corrupt election, that is somehow linked to Victors battle with Rudolph and, maybe, even the mayor and big business. Mitchell and Victor take a Dantean journey into the inferno that is New York City politics, and find that they are inextricably linked with very ambitious women and menone of whom is a deadly international terroristin a game that adds new meaning to the usual suspects and operating in the gray area of life, lechery and the law... in a game that could get them both killed.