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White Lies (1998)

TV Movie  -   -  29 March 1998 (Canada)
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How can a smart middle class girl suddenly turn into a devoted right wing debater? That's what happens with Catherine when she meets the charismatic leaders of the neo-nazi organization NIM.

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Catherine Chapman
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Erina Baxter
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Ian McKee
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Inga Kolneder
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Rex Brennan
Albert Schultz ...
Alan Green
Regan Moore ...
Wayne
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Khaki Kid
Mark Terene ...
Teacher
Michelle St. John ...
TV Newsperson 1
Peter Cookson ...
Horrible Skinhead
Carley Chapdelaine ...
Skinhead Girl
Cassel Miles ...
Bill
Tara Rosling ...
Karen
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Security Guard
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Catherine, a first-year university student who feels alienated from the liberal campus, joins a hate group through the Internet and becomes their voice, only to gradually question their beliefs even as she becomes more deeply involved. Written by Sean Gallagher <naes@cgocable.net>

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Rated R for violence and some sexuality | See all certifications »
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How shallow
19 March 2001 | by (Cyberspace) – See all my reviews

This film examines the problems with racist organisations, but does not tackle the very appropriate question the lead character has that leads her to the racist organisation. Therefore, the film can only be seen as anti-racist propaganda, which is laudable by itself, yet by advancing the question that leads the character to join in with racists but never answering it causes the film to fall flat. Very poor job.


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