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White Right: Meeting the Enemy 

Emmy award-winning film-maker Deeyah Khan joins the front line of the race wars in America, sitting down face-to-face with Neo-Nazis and fascists.

Director:

Deeyah Khan

Writer:

Gareth McLean (additional writing)
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Episode complete credited cast:
Deeyah Khan ... Herself - Filmmaker
Jeff Schoep Jeff Schoep ... Himself - National Socialist Movement (as Commander Jeff Schoep)
Brian Culpepper Brian Culpepper ... Himself - PR Director, National Socialist Movement (as Major Brian Culpepper)
Mike Schloer Mike Schloer ... Himself - Head of Security, National Socialist Movement (as Major Mike Schloer)
Ken Parker Ken Parker ... Himself - National Socialist Movement
Richard Spencer ... Himself - Alt Right Leader
Jared Taylor Jared Taylor ... Himself - Founder and Editor, American Renaissance
Pete Tefft Pete Tefft ... Himself - National Socialist Movement (as Peter Tefft)
Arno Michaelis ... Himself - Former White Supremacist
Frank Meeink ... Himself - Former White Supremacist
Pardeep Kaleka Pardeep Kaleka ... Himself - Shooting Survivor (as Pardeep Singh Kaleka)
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Emmy award-winning film-maker Deeyah Khan joins the front line of the race wars in America, sitting down face-to-face with Neo-Nazis and fascists.

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Language:

English

Release Date:

11 December 2017 (UK) See more »

Filming Locations:

Charlottesville, Virginia, USA See more »

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Fuuse Films See more »
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Color
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9 February 2019 | by R1chie_1RieSee all my reviews

Listen to Deeyah's podcasts with Russell Brand and Sam Harris to add more context to Deeyah's experiences both in this film and throughout her life. The documentary is just too short, so much of that essential context is missed. This is still extremely powerful. Only love can conquer hate.


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