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The real-life explosion of a commercial jet is at the center of a sprawling, globe-spanning conspiracy drama starring Udo Kier.
Courier X might not be “the film the CIA tried to stop,” as its promotional materials claim, but the many-stranded conspiracy drama could’ve been a contender. Placing elements of the agency in a global web of underworld activity, first-time filmmaker Thomas Gulamerian posits that it engineered the 1996 explosion and crash of TWA Flight 800. He offers details both compelling and tedious, without shaping them into a blood-pumping thriller.

The best thing about the feature, which takes its theatrical bow two weeks before seguing to VOD via Gravitas Ventures, is the collection of finely weathered faces among its ensemble of character actors. Along with the strong use of New York locations, they give the film a dramatic weight. Writer-director Gulamerian squanders his raw material, though, in an overload of plot and exposition. More succinct writing and tighter editing could have yielded a solid B picture.

Among the uneven performances, Udo Kier is reliably watchable as a former Stasi officer with ties to the CIA as well as to diamond smuggling. In the title role, first-timer Bron Boier has an ultra-flat affect that might make sense for a mercenary who sees himself as “nothing but the mailman,” but it never stops being distracting. He plays Trenlin Polenski, who travels the globe smuggling diamonds and other contraband in his body. Through his work for Kier’s Nathan Vogel, a “classified asset” of the CIA, he becomes the “neutral” called upon to help bring down Flight 800. The reasons for the agency’s elaborate payback plot to stage an “aviation interruption with no post-visibility” — i.e., to bomb a plane in a way that can’t be detected — are the least plausible aspect of the speculative story.

Gulamerian begins the film with actual news reports of the crash (speaking of distracting, an anchor other than Brian Williams might have been a better choice). From there he moves back in time to introduce various CIA players, including the director (Lee Shepherd) and several agents (James C. Burns, Chris Boas, Ron Gilbert), some of whom are men of conscience and integrity, some deeply compromised.

Included in the film’s male-centric network of high-stakes deceit and big money are a New York mob boss (Gary Francis Hope), his henchmen (John Bianco, Anthony Mangano) and, inevitably, a former Contra (Ralph Guzzo), who blackmails the CIA with sensitive info about its activities in Nicaragua. A more public challenge to the agency arrives in the form of reports by investigative journalist Gary Webb (Jay Disney) purporting its role in the country’s crack epidemic. Brief scenes of Webb have an extraneous, stilted quality. It’s too bad his subplot isn’t better integrated into the story; Gulamerian caps it with footage from the extraordinary town meeting in Los Angeles when the CIA director addressed charges of drug trafficking.

There’s plenty to chew on, and most of the story's threads are grounded in reason. But some are certainly flat. The movie loses its initial sense of mystery and suspense as Gulamerian ploddingly lays out the pieces rather than creating sparks of intriguing connection. His eye for locations and action particulars bodes well for future efforts, though, if he can add a surer grasp of dramatic momentum to his arsenal.

Production: International Artists Agency
Cast: Udo Kier, James C. Burns, Lee Shepherd, Gary Francis Hope, Bron Boier, Iva Stelmak, John Bianco, Ralph Guzzo, Anthony Mangano, Chris Boas, Ron Gilbert, Jay Disney, Richard Gleason, Ben Van Bergen, Andrzej Krukowski, Tom Morrissey
Director: Thomas Gulamerian
Screenwriter: Thomas Gulamerian
Producer: Thomas Gulamerian
Executive producer: Brian David
Directors of photography: Mark Conrad Alkiewicz, Jonathan Dale Bell
Art director: Chris X. Carroll
Composer: John Avarese

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Journalist Jorge Ramos investigates the growing pervasiveness of hateful rhetoric and violence in America.


The Southern Poverty Law Center dubs the rising tide of hateful rhetoric crimes and violent incidents motivated by bigotry the "Trump Effect." It would have made a far more appropriate title for Hate Rising, Catherine Tambini's disturbing investigative documentary spearheaded by journalist Jorge Ramos.

The Mexican-born Ramos has had personal experience with the matter, having been forcibly ejected from a 2015 Trump press conference after daring to ask the candidate a question about his immigration policy. In the clip of the incident shown in the film, Trump sneers, "Go back to Univision."


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For this documentary, the intrepid journalist throws himself on the front lines. It includes a late-night interview with the Imperial Wizard of a Texas branch of the Ku Klux Klan, held in a remote wooded area. Suffice it to say that this is not exactly a meeting of the minds. Ramos also attends a meeting of the National Socialist Party, where he looks utterly dejected while listening to the racist speeches.

Ramos interviews various other figures of the so-called Alt-Right movement, including the articulate but loathsome Jared Taylor, head of the white supremacist group, American Renaissance. Taylor, who speaks approvingly of Trump's positions in the conversation, boils down the immigration issue to his simply not wanting to live near people raising noisy chickens in their backyard.

"I think we'll be judged on how we reacted to Donald Trump," says Ramos, who also speaks with the relatives of victims of the Orlando nightmare massacre; a director of the Southern Poverty Law Center, which monitors internet hate sites; and, most movingly, a group of Hispanic elementary schoolchildren who tearfully describe their fear of seeing their parents deported.

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This timely film makes for highly compelling viewing and demands to be seen. Fortunately, besides its limited theatrical release, it will be simultaneously broadcast on Fusion and Univision on Oct. 23.

Production Univision Storyhouse
Director: Catherine Tambini
Producers: Veronica Bautista, Jorge Ramos, Catherine Tambini, Dax Tejera
Executive producers: Isaac Lee, Juan Rendon
Director of photography: Matt Porwell
Editor: David Dawkins
Composer: Gary Lionelli

Not rated, 50 min.