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      No God, No Master

      2012, Crime/Drama, 1h 34m

      15 Reviews 250+ Ratings

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      In 1919, a federal agent (David Strathairn) uncovers an anarchist plot to destroy democracy in the U.S.

      • Rating: PG-13 (Some Acts of Violence)

      • Genre: Crime, Drama, History

      • Original Language: English

      • Director: Terry Green

      • Writer: Terry Green

      • Release Date (Theaters):  limited

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      • Box Office (Gross USA): $6.7K

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      • Distributor: Monterey Media

      • Production Co: Strata Productions

      Cast & Crew

      David Strathairn
      Ray Wise
      Sam Witwer
      Alessandro Mario
      James Madio
      Terry Green

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      • Aug 17, 2014

        No God, No Master is the sort of film that clearly has a lot to say, a lot of history to convey, yet struggles to do so effectively in a self-contained film. It's a period piece of historical merit, certainly, but also one plagued by a sort of routine by-the-numbers filmmaking that makes it less compelling than it should have been. Set in the summer of 1919, the film looks at the events following a series of packaged bombs sent to prominent politicians, industry men, and bankers. The ensuing terror unleashes the overzealous attorney general, Alexander Palmer, who subsequently orders the arrest and deportation of thousands of immigrants, termed the Palmer raids. The film clearly sees a parallel to our current situation today, with civil liberties coming under assault in the wake of hysteria arising out of terror. Like the film's protagonist, Agent William Flynn, the film argues for a more restrained, cool-headed approach. Agreed, but I was hoping it would be conveyed in a dramatically compelling way. Too often with No God, No Master, we feel as if we are being both preached to and lectured at, with dialogue making a point to constantly underline the historical significance. It is a fine line, to be sure, yet I felt the film was too conservative in its approach, despite some generally good performances, especially by David Stratharian. Overall, the direction was competent, the performances serviceable, and the story interesting. Yet the execution was lackluster, making it a so-so film. 3/5 Stars

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