All our servers are currently overloaded. Please try again later or get our premium subscription.Get PremiumRefresh pageWe are currently experiencing technical difficulties with our servers. We hope to have this resolved soon. This issue doesn't affect premium users.Get PremiumWatch on MixDrop/MyStream
SupremacyA just paroled white supremacist and his ruthless girlfriend kill a cop and take an African American family hostage. Meanwhile, Sobecki, the heavily-tattooed supremacist leader who oversees his criminal empire from behind bars, is not thrilled when he learns of his charges screw-up. The patriarch of the family, an ornery ex-con himself, must rely on his wit and understanding of the racist mind to find a plan to free his family, but not before he confronts his own brand of bigotry and anger.Genre: DramaCountry: United StatesDuration: 106 minQuality: HDRelease: 2014IMDb: 5.7Keywords:
Actors of "Supremacy"
Characters of "Supremacy"
Directors of "Supremacy"Deon Taylor
Creators of "Supremacy"Eric J. Adams
Critic Reviews of "Supremacy"Los Angeles TimesJanuary 29, 2015
The film plays out almost like a conventional Hollywood hostage thriller but for the incendiary, racially charged subtext.New York Daily NewsJanuary 29, 2015
It's so grueling an ordeal that its revelations barely penetrate the murk.Village VoiceJanuary 27, 2015
[A] dour, dreary drama ...Epoch TimesJune 07, 2016
'Supremacy' might function as a 'Clockwork Orange' type therapy for death-row white supremacists.Baret NewsFebruary 02, 2015
A pretty preposterous plotline, but who am I to argue with a tale presumably based on a true story?Aisle SeatJanuary 29, 2015
To make a movie about Aryans, you really need to have some sort of psychological insight into what makes them tick. Supremacy lacks any such insight, which makes it watchable, although never especially impactful.The DissolveJanuary 28, 2015
Supremacy is a well-acted, abysmally written, deeply unpleasant exercise that pays no dividends of insight for the chore of enduring its endless racial epithets.Slant MagazineJanuary 26, 2015
The characters shout themselves hoarse, but they don't really say anything, and it isn't long before we feel like hostages ourselves, bound by the filmmakers' strained moral outrage.
Gallery of "Supremacy"