Review of “Angry, White and American” (2017)

Moving picture, 47 minutes

Seen in 2020.

I saw a 47-minute cut on SVT.

British reporter Gary Younge visits an alt-right rally and, having found Richard Spencer vacuous, he continues on a tour of the opioid epidemic, Rust Belt unemployment and Confederate nostalgia as deeper symptoms and causes of contemporary racist sentiments.

Given the gentle pace and the brief runtime, it’s not a terrible explanatory model, but of course it’s very shallow. Republican Senator Conrad Appel and his neighbour say the most about the state of the political establishment.

moving picture non-fiction