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Monochrome sequences of Derek leading a Venice, California gang are intercut with color footage of the mature Derek ending his past neo-Nazi associations and attempting to detour Danny away from the group led by white supremacist, Cameron (Stacy Keach), who once influenced Derek. Rated R "for graphic brutal violence including rape, pervasive language, strong sexuality and nudity."   Tony Kaye - Director / Cinematographer John Morrissey - Producer David Mc Kenna - Screenwriter / Co-producer Anne Dudley - Composer (Music Score) Jerry Greenberg - Editor Alan Heim - Editor John Gary Steele - Production Designer James Kyler Black - Art Director Dan Olexiewicz - Art Director Jon D.
In a shocking opening scene, teen Danny Vinyard (Edward Furlong) races to tell his older brother, neo-Nazi Derek (Edward Norton), about the young blacks breaking into his car in front of the house, whereupon Derek gets his gun and with no forethought shoots the youths in their tracks.
Tried and convicted, Derek is sent away for three years in prison, where he acquires a different outlook as he contrasts white-power prisoners with black Lamont (Guy Torry), his prison laundry co-worker and eventual pal.
Bret Easton Ellis' dark and violent satire of America in the 1980s is brought to the screen in this unsettling drama with black comic overtones.
Patrick Bateman (Christian Bale), the son of a wealthy Wall Street financier, is pursuing his own lucrative career with his father's firm.