Informant -- An old Jewish man wants to deny his heritage while hiding with a Jewish family in war torn Germany in-order to survive.
The sudden bizarre death of the entire royal family leaves a lounge singer the next in line to succeed to the throne of England. Good cast enhances a dumb script!
Trailer for Informant.
Jamie Meltzer s brilliant documentary political thriller has a twist: we know who done it. His name is Brandon Darby. He started out as a leftwing activist and New Orleans do-gooder and ended up accepting standing ovations at Tea Party conventions. Along the way, his ideals shifted or at least his notion of who the good guys and the bad guys are and he became an FBI informant. Hero or villain? Patriot or turncoat? Snitch or savior? Director Jamie Meltzer isn t saying. He leaves that up to you, which is the thrill in the thriller.
The heart of the story happens when Darby, by then a paid FBI informant, travels with militant activists to the 2008 Republican National Convention, with the intent of stopping them before they break the law. When two young men end up storing Molotov cocktails in their basement, that s when things really get interesting
The Great War is over and a long-awaited engagement is on, but all is not tranquil at Downton Abbey as wrenching social changes, romantic intrigues, and personal crises grip the majestic English country estate. Starring Dame Maggie Smith, Elizabeth McGovern, and Hugh Bonneville with guest star Shirley MacLaine.
Excerpt from the documentary The Informant.
In this politically relevant documentary, director Jamie Meltzer turns his lens on activist-turned-informant Brandon Darby. Darby became famous among community organizers after defying authorities and heroically rescuing a friend during hurricane Katrina in New Orleans Ninth Ward, then helping to start a grassroots relief organization called Common Ground. He symbolized for many the potential power of radical activism.
The government goes after an agri-business giant with evidence given by the vice president.
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