Why did the white kids feel sage in the neighborhood?
How did Danny and Derek’s father die?
Who convinced Derek to join the White Supremacist?
Who tried to break into Derek’s car?
What happened after the break in?
How did the White Supremacists stay safe in prison?
Why did Derek stop interacting with the White Supremacists?
Who did Derek meet during laundry duty and how did they change Derek’s views?
What happened to Derek in the shower?
Who came to see Derek in jail after the incident?
What does Derek tell the visitor?
What happens when Derek tells his girlfriend that he wants to get out of the White Supremacists?
What happens at the end of the party?
Are people’s views of Derek changing?
What do Derek and Danny take down when they get home?
What happens to Cameron and Seth?
Who is waiting for Danny in the bathroom?
What happens in the bathroom?
What is the meaning of the quote Danny ends his paper with?
Interesting facts on the movie:
Seth wears a shirt during the basketball game featuring the number 88. This is a naziskin code for HH, or “Heil Hitler,” H being the 8th letter of the alphabet. It also refers to a set of 88 precepts written by the neo-nazi leader David Lane. The 88 precepts are rules and concepts that all White Supremacists live by.
The quotation that concludes Danny’s paper is from the closing words of Abraham Lincoln’s first Inaugural Address in 1861.
The character of Cameron Alexander is based on Tom Metzger, leader of the White Aryan Resistance (WAR), an extremist white supremacy group based in southern California.