From under a mountain of hype and controversy, British director Tony Kaye delivers a surprisingly powerful social drama set among members of California's White Power underground. Derek Vinyard (Edward Norton), the leader of a violent Venice Beach Neo-Nazi
gang, is sent to prison for the brutal murder of a black gang member. Three years later, Derek leaves the penitentiary a changed man, eager to put all the racial hatred and senseless violence behind him, but finds it's not so easy: His younger brother Danny (Edward Furlong) has been fully
indoctrinated into the White Power movement. The film flashes back from the day of Derek's release to the defining moments of h...