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The Infiltrator (1995)

A freelancer reporter goes undercover and joins a Neo-Nazi hate group.

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Dieter Creutz
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Anna
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Mahlich (as Jonathan Phillips)
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Rabbi Cooper
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Rheindorf
Werner Dissel ...
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Bernd Michael Lade ...
Max (as Michael Lade)
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Yaron Svoray is a Jewish freelance reporter who goes to Germany to write an article about neonazism. While visiting a Turkish refugee camp a gang of skinheads attack. When the police arrive, he is mistakenly arrested which gives the skinheads the impression that he is a sympathiser for the Nazi cause. Yaron sees the opportunity and slowly infiltrates the group. He is appalled and disgusted by what he sees, but he's determined to dig deeper. Yaron discovers that the Nazism runs deeper and is more powerful than he ever could have imagined. Written by Mattias Pettersson <seaman@sbbs.se>

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Rated R for brutal racially-motivated violence, and for language and some sexuality | See all certifications »
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24 June 1995 (USA)  »

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Dans le sillon d'Hitler  »

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Mahlich: [as skinhead, with malice] I am one of thousands, millions.
Yaron: [as Jew, with pride] Me too.
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A really awesome movie
28 December 2006 | by See all my reviews

One of the most riveting films I have watched in a while. While the credits reflect that it is a depiction of a true story really becomes irrelevant when understands the reality of the issues. Bigotry based upon religion, race, sexual preference, or any other condition is a very real statement of the human situation today. Keeping in mind that the movie was made over ten years ago, today we are not much different. Platt's portrayal of Ron Fury draws you into the film, into his feelings, and into the turmoil of the situation. There are real divisions of the issue of hatred which are brought out by the connections and feelings of Fury for the pacifists like Nazi Gunther. Though supporting a rise in Nazism the level of those who act out the violence and blatant hatred of the Jews, the one like Gunther who simply supports the cause by handing out leaflets and tries to convert people are left to the viewer to judge.


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