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Film News Roundup: Tony Kaye to Direct Crime Drama 'Honorable Men'


Variety - Jun 12, 2018
Kaye's directing credits include “American History X,” “Black Water Transit,” and “Detachment.” He did not approve of the final cut of “American History X” and tried unsuccessfully to have his name removed as director of the movie, for which Edward ...
 

The 'alt-right's' relationship with American History X


Canadian Jewish News (blog) - Jun 10, 2018
If there's one line most moviegoers remember from American History X, it's the famous one in its final act: “Hate is baggage. Life's too short to be pissed off all the time.” That line is not, however, what viewers from the “alt-right” remember. The ...
 

Tony Kaye To Direct “Honorable Men” Script


Dark Horizons - Jun 12, 2018
British director Tony Kaye (“American History X,” “Black Water Transit”) has been set to helm the independent crime drama “Honorable Men” for Life Entertainment and Film House. The story is set in 1977 New York City when a retiring chief of police ...
 

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10 Things You Never Knew About AMERICAN HISTORY X


10 Things You Never Knew About American History X. SUBSCRIBE → https://goo.gl/rRQ5W7 American History X, the moody drama about a pair of troubled ...
 

Things You Never Knew About American History X


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American History X The Way To Find Peace is to Stick


A clip from toward the end of the film explaining that running away from a problem won't help fix or change or make the problem go away. no copyright ...
 

Stolen TV, assault on an officer?


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