We only get upset when it happens to someone we know.
Mae, Sani and their two friends are prepping for a college assignment on the bystander effect.
Four scenarios are played out to illustrate the theory, but none seems suitable for the assignment.
It seems like they wasted a day in the library.
But before they finally wrap up for the day, they are forced to confront case studies that have become personal to Mae.
She snaps at the group’s apathy.
It’s not just a theory that we choose to turn a blind eye. It’s more common than we’d like to admit.