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Imperium Review

Very Good

First-time filmmaker Daniel Ragussis takes an unusual approach to this thriller. Since it's based on a true story, he avoids the usual cliches and formulas, which makes it an unusually thoughtful film. On the other hand, this means that it lacks the excitement we expect as events spiral into some extremely stressful situations. Instead, the film relies on underlying tension, strong thematic resonance and another committed performance from Daniel Radcliffe.

Radcliffe plays Nate, an FBI agent who is a bit of a loner, teased by his colleagues for his nerdy lifestyle. But this is what his superior Angela (Toni Collette) notices about him, and she thinks he'd be perfect for an undercover assignment infiltrating a neo-Nazi group that might be planning a horrific terrorist bombing. So Nate shaves his head and studies up on the white supremacist cause, befriending a racist skinhead (Seth Numrich) and his trigger-happy pals, then meeting their leaders Gerry and Andrew (Sam Trammell and Chris Sullivan). Nate's main target is the underground radio broadcaster Dallas (Tracy Letts), who is stirring up his listeners by channelling bigotry into conspiracy theories. Is he the one planning to explode a dirty bomb somewhere in Washington DC?

The film has a dark, gritty tone that remains internalised all the way through, focussing on Nate's perilous job: if he betrays his true feelings about these reprehensible white-power ideals, it's more than likely that these men will kill him. Radcliffe is excellent in the role, quietly convincing these thugs that he's committed to the cause while still maintaining his friendly, helpful personality. Since there are no women in the movement, it's great to have Collette in such a pivotal, powerful role. Angela is a feisty blast of energy in the film. And Letts is also remarkable as a man whose complexity deepens the more we get to know him. In many ways he's the true villain of the piece, encouraging hatred among his vulnerable audience.

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Nate Foster is a young FBI agent who's selected to go undercover and infiltrate a group of neo-nazi thugs. The right-wing terrorist group is constantly planning and scheming to cause chaos and hurt anyone who doesn't fall into their supremacist society. 

Nate's never been the most outgoing agent, mainly working on desk duty but when his superior agent asks him to begin field duty he doesn't quite understand just how deep he'll have to go to make a case against the terrorists. As he becomes a more embedded in the group, Nathan realises just how dedicated to their cause these people are. 

Nate must remember who he truly is whilst trying to trick his new allies into thinking that he's one of them. As ideas evolve and plots begin to emerge, Nate realises the extent of their next mission and possible destruction it will cause. 

Seth Numrich, Stephen Dexter, Andy Striph, Brian Miskell, Jimi Stanton, Chris Stack, Kathryn Erbe and Jelena Stupljanin - Opening night party for Afghanistan, Zimbabwe, America, Kuwait at the Rattlestick Playwrights Theater at the Gym at Judson - Arrivals. at Rattlestick Playwrights Theater, - New York City, New York, United States - Tuesday 9th June 2015

Seth Numrich, Stephen Dexter, Andy Striph, Brian Miskell, Jimi Stanton, Chris Stack, Kathryn Erbe and Jelena Stupljanin
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Seth Numrich, Stephen Dexter, Andy Striph, Brian Miskell, Jimi Stanton, Chris Stack, Kathryn Erbe and Jelena Stupljanin
Seth Numrich, Stephen Dexter, Andy Striph, Brian Miskell, Daniel Talbott, Jimi Stanton, Chris Stack, Kathryn Erbe and Jelena Stupljanin

Seth Numrich - London Evening Standard Theatre Awards held at the Savoy - Arrivals. - London, United Kingdom - Sunday 17th November 2013

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Sweet Bird Of Youth: Kim Cattrall's New Character Faces Up To The Reality Of Age


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In a starring role, Kim Cattrall will read the part of ageing actress Alexandra Del Lago who engages in an affair with a gigolo who is much younger than her.

Cattrall describes her character as "a f****d-up, sex and drug addicted alcoholic who's self-hating and self-loathing" which, she adds, is easy to play because she possesses none of those traits.

Set in a racially segregated Floridian town, the play will be staged at London's prestigious Old Vic theatre.

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Seth Numrich and Kim Cattrall - The Laurence Olivier Awards 2013 held at the Royal Opera House - Arrivals - London, United Kingdom - Sunday 28th April 2013

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Seth Numrich and Kim Cattrall
Seth Numrich and Kim Cattrall

Seth Numrich - Premiere of 'The Revisionist' held at the Cherry Lane Theatre - Arrivals - New York City, United States - Thursday 28th February 2013

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Danny Mastrogiorgio, Bartlett Sher, Daniel Jenkins, Dagmara Dominczyk, Michael Aronov, Yvonne Strahovski, Jonathan Hadary, Seth Numrich, Anthony Crivello, Ned Eisenberg, Danny Burstein and Tony Shahloub - Danny Mastrogiorgio, Bartlett Sher, Daniel Jenkins, Dagmara Dominczyk, Michael Aronov, Yvonne Strahovski, Jonathan Hadary, Seth Numrich, Anthony Crivello, Ned Eisenberg, Danny Burstein and Tony Shahloub Thursday 25th October 2012 Meet and greet with the cast of Clifford Odets' 'Golden Boy', held at the Lincoln Center Theater rehearsal studio.

Danny Mastrogiorgio, Bartlett Sher, Daniel Jenkins, Dagmara Dominczyk, Michael Aronov, Yvonne Strahovski, Jonathan Hadary, Seth Numrich, Anthony Crivello, Ned Eisenberg, Danny Burstein and Tony Shahloub
Anthony Crivello, Ned Eisenberg, Danny Mastrogiorgio, Daniel Jenkins and Jonathan Hadary
Danny Mastrogiorgio, Daniel Jenkins, Jonathan Hadary Meet, Clifford Odets, Golden Boy and Lincoln Center Theater
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