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Into the Homeland (1987)
Realistic, which makes it even scarier
TV Guide reported that the producer, Anna Hamilton Phelan, actually went undercover with a white supremacist community to do the background research for this film. She was impressed with how, well, normal these people were except for their agenda. One of my hobbies is following the antics of the white-power movement in the US and Canada, and I could find no flaw in her facts and representation of those involved in the movement. Powers Boothe, C. Thomas Howell, and Paul LeMat are completely believable in their roles. I found myself staying up until 4 am time and time again in 1987 to watch this one from beginning to end. In my opinion, Boothe (and Phelan) deserved a Cable ACE Award for this one. Twenty years later, the message is still relevant. A must-see for all thoughtful, tolerant Americans and others!