Look beyond the skinhead violence on the streets of modern-day Germany, and you’ll find a network of old Nazis plotting to return to past glory. At least that’s the premise of The Infiltrator, a chilling drama starring Oliver Platt as an Israeli journalist who goes undercover to expose the festering Fourth Reich. Based on a true story, this made-for-cable film, also starring Arliss Howard, has the moral shading of spy fiction — and the visceral shock of hate crime headlines. B+
The Infiltrator Look beyond the skinhead violence on the streets of modern-day Germany, and you'll find a network of old Nazis plotting to return to past glory. At...The InfiltratorMystery and ThrillerR Look beyond the skinhead violence on the streets of modern-day Germany, and you'll find a network of old Nazis plotting to return to past glory. At...1995-11-10
Genre: Mystery and Thriller; Starring: Arliss Howard, Oliver Platt; MPAA Rating: R
Posted November 10 1995 — 12:00 AM EST
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