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 CD soundtrack was released November 3rd 1998 by Angel Records. See more »
When Derek tells Cameron he and his brother are out, the reflection of the cameraman is clearly visible. See more »
[On Derek's change in prison]
I'm sorry, Derek. I'm sorry that happened to you.
I'm not. I'm lucky. I feel lucky because it's wrong, Danny. It's wrong and it was eating me up, it was going to kill me. And I kept asking myself all the time, how did I buy into this shit? It was because I was pissed off, and nothing I ever did ever took that feeling away. I killed two guys, Danny, I killed them. And it didn't make me feel any different. It just got me more lost and I'm tired of being pissed off, ...
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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.
1) Edward Norton was the meaning of masterful acting, you could just look at his eyes and understand every little pain he felt and caused. His smile and manner switching before and after was so distinguishing that if you did not speak English you could just follow him.
2) cinematography : not only the black and white phase was amazing some other shots was masterful
3) the cause , I watched this movie in 2019 and it is as important and as relevant as it was 21 years ago
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