Blood in the Face

1991 | 78 min

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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