Inspired by one of the longest and bloodiest real-life events in police history, #211, which is police code for robbery in progress, is a bank heist movie in the vein of End of Watch meets Black Hawk Down.
Mike Chandler (Nicolas Cage) is a good cop, a life-long veteran police officer ready to finally enjoy his retirement and his well-deserved pension. With his partner, son-in-law, rookie Steve MacAvoy (Dwayne Cameron) at his side, and Kenny (Michael Rainey Jr.), a 15-year-old court-appointed ride-along, reluctantly in tow, they set out on a routine patrol of the city's streets.
The two officers and their young civilian passenger soon find themselves underprepared and outgunned when fate puts them squarely into the crosshairs of a daring bank heist in progress by a fearless team of highly trained and heavily armed men --Tre (Ori Pfeffer), Luke (Weston Cage), Rob (Sean James), and Hyde (Michael Bellisario).
Written and directed by York Alec Shackleton, the stakes quickly escalate as the high-octane action-thriller chronicles what it means to be in the middle of an unfolding crises situation.