A tiny neo-Nazi organization struggles pathetically to succeed in a big city. A mysterious figure begins to ruthlessly guide a young, insecure U.S. Nazi leader, and the group begins to draw more attention.
Peter Vollmer is the leader of a small neo-Nazi movement in a large American city. He's having trouble getting his message across and seems to alienate people every time he opens his mouth. After a particularly bad rally, he hears a voice and sees a man standing in the shadows. He begins to advise Peter on what to say and how he can structure his message to make it more appealing to his particular audience. Peter has success but his mentor begins pushing him to extremes. There is a limit however and there is a voice of reason in the mob that seemed so willing to follow him.Written by
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Where will he go next? This phantom from another time, this resurrected ghost of a previous nightmare. Chicago? Los Angeles? Miami, Florida? Vincennes, Indiana? Syracuse, New York? Anyplace, everyplace, where there's hate, where there's prejudice, where there's bigotry. He's alive. He's alive so long as these evils exist. Remember that when he comes to your town. Remember it when you hear his voice speaking out through others. Remember it when you hear a name called, a ...
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It's a lesson and an eternal story about hatred. The acting and direction are great. But it's too predictable. We suspect all along the identity of the mystery man in the shadows, and imagine what the Twilight Zone twist will be. Will it be the devil, who confesses to also mentoring the other guy in a similar way? Or something ever more far-out? In the end, it's just the guy we expected it to be. It may be good compared to regular tv but it's weak for an episode of Twilight Zone. In the end, it's just a lecture about tolerance.
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