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Betrayed
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Betrayed 1988


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White supremacist groups in America are animated by a virulent hatred of Jews, blacks, and other minorities. Though few in number, they are heavily armed and well schooled in war and paramilitary activities. These zealots are ready, willing, and able to do anything to advance their cause. Betrayed is a powerful and provocative film about white supremacists in the farmbelt of the Midwest.

Directed By:
No image existsConstantin Costa-Gavras
Written By:
No image existsJoe Eszterhas
Starring:
No image existsTom Berenger
No image existsDebra Winger
John MahoneyJohn Mahoney
John HeardJohn Heard
No image existsAlbert Hall
No image existsJeffrey DeMunn

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Betrayed Movie Review by Movie Addict (7/18/2007)

It is a shame that we do not get to see much of Costa-Gavras' work here in America. The last film I remember is Z. he is a master of the political story, and this film tells a story about America that we really don't like to think about.

Costa-Gavras does his best work when he also writes the screenplay. Unfortunately...

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