Blood in the Face

Blood in the Face

1991, Other
Inspired by the work of investigative journalist James Ridgeway, filmmakers Anne Bohlen and Kevin Rafferty examine the philosophies and goals of white-supremacist groups, from the Ku Klux Klan to the American Nazi Party. Shot primarily at a neo-Nazi gathering in rural Michigan, this social document includes candid interviews with white racists, footage of figureheads George Lincoln Rockwell and David Duke and clips from the groups' own hate-filled propaganda videos.

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