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‘Welcome to Leith’ Trailer Explores Effects of White Supremacy on Small Community


‘Welcome to Leith’ Trailer Explores Effects of White Supremacy on Small Community: [] This is what Christopher K. Walker and Michael Beach Nichols have turned their camera toward in Leith. Their subject is Craig Cobb, a noted figure in the white supremacist movement — the opening of his Wikipedia page is a real parade of shit: “[a] White Nationalist, White Separatist, Neo-Nazi, antisemite and Holocaust denier” — who purchased extensive plots of land in Leith, North Dakota that he intended to convert into a haven for his followers. It’s received strong notices since playing at Sundance last year, and we said it “delivers as a psychological horror film, one more compelling and politically relevant than your average fiction offering in the genre.” A trailer for its theatrical release strongly supports that notion.

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