Based on the true story of four Nazi saboteurs who infiltrated the US in 1942 and were quickly caught and executed, this 80-minute ode to America’s irresistibly corruptive allure was the only underground feature by writer-director Anders Grafstrom.
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I admire the DYI spirit here, obviously a lot of hard work was involved, and the costumes/sets are great considering this was probably made for about what a used car costs, but despite some impressive underground star power (Klaus Nomi, Tina L'Hotsky, Joey Arias, Patti Astor, Ann Magnuson) this comes off like a teenager's attempt at film making. The dialogue is stilted and awkward and the film is difficult to enjoy.