Moses (Marchant Davis) has a tiny religious commune in Miami who preaches about a black uprising, but has no power and no real hope of wielding any. However, when the FBI have a case go disastrously badly, they need a win, and when chatter shows that Moses could be a threat, they go after the win no matter what.
This is an extremely hilarious film until it isn’t, and then it really isn’t. It makes such a comment on the way things can go hugely badly when politics and law enforcement influence each other. I loved it, but geez, it was hard. It was funny and wonderful and fantastic.