Derek Vineyard is paroled after serving 3 years in prison for brutally killing two black men who tried to break into/steal his truck. Through his brother's, Danny Vineyard, narration, we learn that before going to prison, Derek was a skinhead and the leader of a violent white supremacist gang that committed acts of racial crime throughout L.A. and his actions greatly influenced Danny. Reformed and fresh out of prison, Derek severs contact with the gang and becomes determined to keep Danny from going down the same violent path as he did.Written by
The work-print is 18 minutes shorter than the theatrical version. See more »
When Derek and Danny are in the dining room, after Derek mades Seth leave the room, Danny's cigarette length changes from long to short, then to long again when Derek makes him put it out. See more »
[arguing about his "Mein Kampf" paper]
Look Sweeney, did you bring me here to talk about Derek? Because what happened to him has nothing to do with me.
Everything you do right now has something to do with Derek.
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The version released with the certificate 'A' (Certificate #CFL/3/81/1999-MUM) in the city of Mumbai, India, the following was deleted:
During the sex scene between Derek and Stacey, Stacy's bare breasts were deleted.
Every instance of the word 'Motherfucker' was deleted.
The closeup of Derek forcing Lawrence to put his mouth on the curb was cut.
The nudity was cut and 50% of the rape of Derek was cut.
Beautiful film about how hatred will never resolve the problem
The tragedy of evil is that in trying to stop it, you create it. So if you want to stop doing evil actions, you also have to stop seeing evil because to see evil you must project evil... therefore, you create evil. If you genuinely want to be moral, you got to make a counterintuitive move of giving up all morality. All of your moral rules give them all away. Only then you will truly be moral but if you go around touting your morality, and telling people how moral you are and how immoral they are, that immediately tells that you're not embodying your morality. A genuinely moral person would never do that because true morality is not based on rules, it's not a self-image that you adopt, it's not a list of 10 commandments that you follow. When you think you're so righteous and so moral, you will go and kill people in the name of your morality which is precisely what creates evil.
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