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Brotherhood of Murder (1999)

Based on a true story, it is about a struggling young father (Baldwin) who can no longer support his wife and family, falling in with a beginning group of white supremacists led by a man (... See full summary »

Director:

Martin Bell

Writers:

Thomas Martinez (book), John Guinther (book) | 1 more credit »
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Cast overview, first billed only:
William Baldwin ... Tom Martinez
Peter Gallagher ... Bob Mathews
Kelly Lynch ... Susan Martinez
Joel Keller ... Larry Martin
Zack Ward ... Charles Higgins
Vincent Gale ... Richard Parker
Hrothgar Mathews ... Robert Maxim
Stephen E. Miller ... Walter West
Mikela Jay Mikela Jay ... Elizabeth Piercy (as Mikela J. Mikael)
Karen Elizabeth Austin Karen Elizabeth Austin ... Jean Craig
Keith Martin Gordey Keith Martin Gordey ... FBI Agent - Joel
Katie Stuart ... Zillah
Rondel Reynoldson ... Debbie Mathews
Ken Pogue ... Tom Sr.
Rob LaBelle ... Alan Berg
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Based on a true story, it is about a struggling young father (Baldwin) who can no longer support his wife and family, falling in with a beginning group of white supremacists led by a man (Gallagher) who is obsessed with the "takeover of the Country by whites." All goes well until the shooting starts and this moves Baldwin to turn against the group. Written by BOB STEBBINS <stebinsbob@aol.com>

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Drama

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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

12 December 1999 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

As cores do ódio See more »

Filming Locations:

British Columbia, Canada See more »

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Sound Mix:

Dolby

Color:

Color

Aspect Ratio:

1.33 : 1
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A Saccharin Study of White Supremacists
15 September 2012 | by LeonLouisRicciSee all my reviews

A TV movie that is typical of a, well, TV movie. The safe, saccharin study of a disturbing cult of White Supremacists supposedly based on "true events". The atmosphere is handled in such a "by the book" (The Turner Diaries?) expose' that it unfolds as, what it is, an uninspired "Movie of the Week".

It moves along quite un-effectively as we see a military vet hurriedly placed in a setup that sheds little light on the complexity of politics or revolutionary eruptions.

The movie is a "Classics Illustrated" or Cliff Notes version of deep divide and even deeper psychological pathologies. A climate of calm seems to be the way to go here, when what is necessary is a categorical storm of "jack-booted" thugs, not dressed up players from SAG reciting lines from underground books and mouthing scripted dogma cribbed from handouts and flyers.


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