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Eric Brainard 4 months ago
Powerful & thought provoking film. Even change for the good can be hard. Easily a 10, A+
Sahar Bouzidi over 1 year ago
Hands down, one of my favorite movies ever. Very impactful, and haunting.
Luke Duncan over 1 year ago
Well acted, powerful movie where you can hate and love the characters at the same time.
Rachel Marshall almost 2 years ago
Very contemporary, sadly. Shows the messed up white American psyche.
Guy Meltzer almost 4 years ago
one of the most powerful movies about racism ever made.
Leif Jacobson over 4 years ago
A bit hard to watch at times, it is nonetheless essential watching. Raw and beautiful.
Anja Waber over 4 years ago
Great movie, but I'm sure I never watch it again.. Because it's really hard to watch
Bruno Ferreira Machado almost 5 years ago
I feel awful.
Lachie Munro almost 5 years ago
You hate him but you love him. This is one of the greats - HIGHLY recommend.
Stephan Anescot over 5 years ago
Racism is BAD and will get you in trouble. Here is an explanation why and how.
Frederik Værum Olesen over 5 years ago
The best neo-nazi drama ever made. Edward Norton at his prime!
Mirza Šišić over 5 years ago
An incredibly deep and realistic film!
Brian Richter over 5 years ago
Damn good movie. Sad ending.
Taabish over 5 years ago
A powerful depiction of the street gang life with a strong message for the viewers.
Nate McBean over 5 years ago
Violent but not as much as I expected. Super disturbing (with the white power stuff etc)
J.H. Howes 6 years ago
Finally a film about racism that actually feels real.
Talcott 6 years ago
Very serious depiction of racism in America, and an excellent reform story. Watch it.
Tony Lek 6 years ago
no movie made me think like this one
Zach Sly over 6 years ago
Edward Norton is a genius in this very real film. Hard to watch but please do.
Jake Barlow over 6 years ago
Clumsy, corny, & cartoonish.
American History X is a 1998 American drama film directed by Tony Kaye and starring Edward Norton and Edward Furlong. It was distributed by New Line Cinema. The film tells the story of two brothers, Derek Vinyard (Norton) and Daniel "Danny" Vinyard (Furlong) of Venice Beach in Los Angeles, California. Both are intelligent and charismatic students. Their father, a firefighter, is murdered by a black drug dealer while trying to extinguish a fire in a South Central neighborhood of Los Angeles, and Derek is drawn into the neo-Nazi movement. Derek brutally kills two black gang members whom he catches in the act of breaking into the truck left to him by his father, and is sentenced to three years in prison for voluntary manslaughter. The story shows how Danny is influenced by his older brother's actions and ideology and how Derek, now radically changed by his experience in incarceration, which includes violent rape by white inmates, tries to prevent his brother from going down the same path...
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