"You People" is a satirical comedy about modern stereotypes, chronicling the life of an intelligent, white-washed, African-American college student, adopted by a liberal Caucasian family, who has a crisis of identity while growing up in bible belt, white suburbia with his urban hip-hop culture obsessed, white best friend. When an attractive girl on campus approaches the black protagonist based on his "presumed" stereotypical traits, he has to undergo a "cultural transformation" with the help of his white companion to tap into his inner "blackness." With a fresh, topical examination of identity, an eclectic mix of minority characters (e.g. Asians, LGBT, Hispanics, etc.) playing against type, and a strong emphasis on self-discovery, empathy, and tolerance, "You People" aims to tell a conventional story, unconventionally.