This documentary was made by Louis Theroux a controversial TV host in the UK.
Pix:imdb wrote:Louis Theroux travels to California to meet the man dubbed `the most dangerous racist in America' - Tom Metzger. Louis meets him, his family and his publicity manager as well as following him to skinhead rallies and on a visit to Mexico.
The film shows everyone as people and not monsters, but it also shows how silly their beliefs can be, how abhorrent and isolationist their lives can be and also how very dangerous hate can be.
He introduces 10/11-year old twin girls, Lynx and Lamb Gaede, who perform as 'Prussian Blue' singing songs that promote the white supremacy agenda. It was amazing that the girls, through the innocence of childhood and the natural goodness of human nature, could be so sweet despite having such an evil influence controlling their lives. At once it seems to give one faith in humanity and also makes you despair of it. Knowing that they will likely turn into their mother is heart-breaking.
The girls are shown right at the start, then about 25/30 mins into the doc Louis shows where he first met them, then towards the end he goes back to their house and spends a little more time with them. The girls aren't the main focus of the film, but they do have some good scenes, where they are expressing the beliefs that they've been taught. (However horrific those might be.. )
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Not for the easily offended by dogmatic beliefs..
I'm releasing this documentary in tandem with another one made a few years later that focuses specifically on Lynx and Lamb.