Idealistic FBI agent Nate Foster goes undercover to take down a radical white supremacy terrorist group. The up-and-coming analyst must confront the challenge of sticking to a new identity while maintaining his real principles as he navigates the dangerous underworld of white supremacy.Written by
Burn Gorman, Morgan and Seth Numrich, Roy, appear together in AMC's Turn, Washington's Spies. See more »
As Nate Foster is first driving into the new Virginia compound he clearly turns the wheel of his truck using the "feed the wheel" method taught to and used by British drivers rather than the "hand over hand" method taught to and used by American drivers... thus revealing that Daniel Radcliffe is actually British versus American like his character. See more »
We all create a narrative based on what we think is important.We see what we want to see. But just because you're not looking at something... doesn't mean it's not there.
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Very slow and laughably silly story. The uber liberal take on all Trump supporters are white supremacists, Jew haters etc. marching around screaming racist things and the anti-fa that are the ones wearing the mask, bullying and intimidating people with force during peaceful protests are not a problem. Disgusting and predictable tripe. Not to mention the story is just plain dumb. When they make the arrest he blows his cover right away. The acting is absurd, including Toni Collette's extremely annoying gum chewing and stupid facial expressions. The only victims are the idiots that watch and believe this pile of trash. It is so poorly written because it is complete fantasy land propaganda that fails miserably.
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