Directed by Geoffrey Wright
If all the characters in a film morally repulse you, is it still possible to enjoy the movie? I am thinking yes, but I am not entirely sure that this film proves that theory.
Hando is the leader of a violent gang of neo-Nazis. His gang mostly targets the Vietnamese, although I am sure they hate all non whites equally (they are fair like that). Hando begins a romantic relationship with Gabrielle, the daughter of the an abusive, wealthy man. The gang discovers that their favorite pub has been sold to a Vietnamese family and they...retaliate, I guess. I miss the days when rumbles in movies consisted of pirouettes and yelling "POW!"
So obviously, the majority of characters in this film are garbage, which means I didn't really care about what happened to them. I suppose the movie is effective in exposing the audience to racism and illustrating how ugly it is. But um...I already kind of knew that. Hopefully you did too.
Daniel Pollock (Davy) committed suicide before the film was released.