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Bhala reckons that our most important weapon, as we strategize how to go high instead of going low, is to know what we're up against.
It's impossible to reason with hateful young American History X wannabes, and seeing Lough edit them into conversation with people on the other side of the spectrum only reinforces that fact.
A character-driven take on today's battles over racism.
Lough's film doesn't endorse the alt-right, and some damning historical context is applied to suss out the atrocity of certain ideas. Potok is an especially welcome presence for his rigorous examination. Still, Age of Rage doesn't ever chart new ground.
One gets the sense that Lough might have been hoping for different results and confrontations than the ones he ultimately captured through his footage and interviews, but that doesn't make the final results any less potent to behold.
...Alt-Right: Age of Rage will remind viewers of the evil that white supremacists are capable of doing.
A sobering expose' proving the President wrong when he suggests that there are both good and bad Nazis.
While the documentary can't figure out an elegant conclusion to this intensity, the images from the rally - including the tragic death of counter-protester Heather Heyer - are nevertheless a vital snapshot of violent racism's cyclical grip.
The foundation for a terrific, informative and bone-chilling documentary about where we currently are is here, but the problem is that we're still very much in the middle of this story.
It's clear the narrative isn't working to sympathize with such groups or make the claim that what they are doing is noble. But in giving them such a platform, the film at times portrays the groups as if they are part of a legitimate, valid movement.
Age of Rage is most effective not at "explaining" the alt-right, but at providing a snapshot of it, alongside its anti-fascist opposition.
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