Apt Pupil (1998) - Rated [R]

More Judeo-Masonic psychological bullshit...

Apt Pupil (1998)
Rated [R] ‧ Thriller/Drama ‧ 1h 51m
Source: Public Domain

Todd Bowden is a college student studying the Holocaust (LOL) who discovers that his neighbor is a death camp criminal hiding out in America. Bowden makes him an offer; tell me what they don't tell us in school and I won't turn you in, and the old man agrees, but then as the revelations begin to affect Todd's health and work, school counselor Mr. French becomes suspicious.

Summary: Apt Pupil is a 1998 American psychological thriller film directed and co-produced by Bryan Singer and written by Brandon Boyce. The film, which stars Ian McKellen and Brad Renfro, is based on the 1982 novella of the same name by Stephen King. Set in the 1980s in southern California, the film tells the fictional story of high school student Todd Bowden (Renfro), who discovers a fugitive Nazi war criminal, Kurt Dussander (McKellen), living in his neighborhood under a pseudonym. Bowden, obsessed with Nazism and the Holocaust, persuades Dussander to share his stories, and their relationship stirs malice in each of them. Singer has called Apt Pupil "a study in cruelty", with Nazism serving as a vehicle to demonstrate the capacity of evil.

The film was released in the United States and Canada in October 1998 to mixed reviews and made under $9 million. The main actors won several minor awards for their performances.

  • Starring Brad Barron Renfro as Todd Bowden
 Brad Barron Renfro = 88 (Full Reduction)
More Swiss-German Judeo-Masonic psychological bullshit.
Brad Barron Renfro (July 25, 1982 – January 15, 2008)

Brad Renfro was born on July 25, 1982 in Knoxville, Tennessee, to Angela Denise McCrory and Mark Renfro, a factory worker. He was discovered at age 10 by director Joel Schumacher and was cast in the motion picture The Client (1994), which starred Susan Sarandon and Tommy Lee Jones. Although this would be his zenith, he went on to appear in other films, including The Cure (1995), Tom and Huck (1995), Sleepers (1996), and Apt Pupil (1998). Renfro won The Hollywood Reporter's Young Star Award in 1995 and was nominated as one of People magazine's "Top 30 Under 30," though addiction problems in his teens and early 20s led to several police arrests and hampered his career. He died of a drug overdose [?] in January 2008, aged 25.


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