In an alternate, xenophobic America, four unemployed and desperate immigrants struggle to get by until they meet Billy, who works at a software company for a job he knows nothing about. Billy convinces his new friends to undergo white-face makeovers in order to secure jobs at the same company, providing them with a paying job while they cover for his programming incompetence.
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