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Inspired by real events and the experiences of ex-FBI agent Michael German, IMPERIUM follows Nate Foster, an idealistic young FBI agent who is selected to go undercover amongst a group of white supremacists, suspected of initiating a terrorist plot. Immersed in a deeply unsettling, hate-filled world, Nate must fight to maintain control of his own beliefs and principles whilst working to identify the threat and keeping his true identity and motives a secret. Starring Daniel Radcliffe (Harry Potter, Now You See Me 2) as Foster in what is being hailed as his more powerful, transformative role to date, and featuring an outstanding supporting performance from Toni Collette (Miss You Already, Krampus) as his wisecracking fellow FBI agent, IMPERIUM also features a stellar supporting cast, including Burn Gorman(TV s Torchwood, The Dark Knight Rises), Tracy Letts (The Big Short, TV s Homeland), Nestor Carbonell (The Dark Knight Rises, TV s Bates Motel), and Sam Trammell (TV s True Blood, The Fault In Our Stars).
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Well after a crash course in “how to be a tad of a fascist”, Radcliffe shaves his head – dons some braces and 'an Harrington jacket' and thus is ‘Nazified’ before our very eyes. I must admit I gasped a bit at this point. Then using acting skills that would dwarf the abilities of the likes of Alec Guinness, Marlon Brando or even Chevvy Chase he manages to convince anyone that has even considered being a ‘swastika hugger’ that he is actually just like them – only smarter and cuter. I kept thinking he must have borrowed a magic wand form the Hogwarts wardrobe department to be able to pull this off.
Then the story lurches into the realms of conspiracy theory and all the usual stuff that goes along with any self respecting film on ‘cross burners’. So this is a bit disappointing in that it treads ground previously trod and even though it is dealing with some very sensitive subjects, it does so in an unambiguous and lazy way that does nothing to explore either motivation or cause of such feelings. We are presented these people as a fait accompli with no back story by way of character study. His actions are also just a bit unbelievable. If all you have to do is change your hair and clothes, buy a copy of ‘Mein Kampf’ to go undercover with White Supremacists then I am pretty sure they would have been infiltrated a while back.Read more ›
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It's not often that I feel cheated after paying out £3 for a DVD, but Imperium is one of those rare occasions. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Huscarl
Our hero heads under cover with various white supremacist groups looking for a dirty bomb plot, but looking in the wrong place. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Charles Vasey
A good performance by Daniel Radcliffe, he's maturing well. The main problem I had was the film seemed to lose its momentum and attention to detail as if progressed and the climax... Read morePublished 2 months ago by K. R. Fellows
Well, it is sad that people are so intolerant to each other. Good movie i recomend watching.Published 2 months ago by T. Wawak