Christopher Gray has been in love with Stacey for quite some time, and no amount of lemonade can cool his desire. Meanwhile, Barry Flint has just bought his son a five-foot python from the pet store. Seemingly harmless methods of winning hearts fail and a hot summers day, without a cloud in the sky, ends with a devastating storm.
Inspired by a true story: In 1984, Indian Prime Minister Indira Gandhi was assassinated by her two Sikh bodyguards, causing anti-Sikh riots to erupt throughout the country. A teacher travelling back from a field trip with her class of 10-year-old students struggles to protect Kush, the only Sikh student in the class, from the growing violence around him.
In a township in South Africa, an argument about which apple is better, the red or the green, causes the greatest divide in the towns history. A big white line is drawn through the middle of the town and everyone who believes that the green apple is better lives on the right side of town, in a green house and only wears green clothing. While everyone who believes that the red apple is better lives on the left side of town in a red house and only wears red clothing. The one rule that greens and reds do not mix is broken when Thomas a boy from the green side of town falls in love with Thandi a girl from the red side of town.