I dont think this one is about prejudice against heroes. I’m saying it’s about the law on the books.
Maybe. I could see that being the case. But this one felt less like they were fighting against what others thought and more like they were fighting to change the law. Showing people that the heroes could be helpful was a step toward changing the law.
It probably is back story, but I should have added Winstons parents dying to that. That's part of why the law is a problem for Winston. He says that's why his parents died.
I didn't think it played out like people wanting the heroes to stay hidden. Felt to me like the problem was that they took action because its against the law. They shouldn't have taken action, they say, because those buildings were insured (not sure if they addressed the lives saved, can't remember). And they aren't concerned about the Underminer at all. All they care about is that they broke the law. (EDIT: I guess they care that they broke the law because of the damage done to the city, but that would seem more like a Physics problem than a Psych problem. It's the same argument from CA:CW: heroes do damage to the city while fighting villains who are...trying to do damage to the city. I still don't get that one.)
For a more holistic view, I'll toss out the rest of the Domains as I saw them and see if you point me in another direction on the rest of them.
MC - Bob
I didn't see him being stuck watching the kids as being what kept him from being able to fight so much as his "big problems need big solutions" attitude (...er, way of thinking?). Winston didn't want to test the "let insurance cover it" approach out of the gate, so he asked Helen to help him instead of Bob.
IC - Helen
She is the one tasked with performing heroic acts, stopping crime, saving the train, catching Screenslaver, etc. The others eventually join her toward the end, but for most of the movie she is the one with all of the action scenes.
RS - Who should work?
The relationship has ups and downs around who should get a job, which one would be the better hero, whether Bob is capable of watching the kids.