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Daniel Radcliffe gets interrogated in new Imperium clip



Based on real events, Daniel Radcliffe stars as a young FBI agent who goes undercover to find and stop white supremacists trying to make a dirty bomb. It’s based on the experiences of Michael German, an FBI undercover agent who spent years inside United States neo-Nazi and militia groups.

This new clip is an extremely intense scene in which undercover FBI agent, Nate (Radcliffe), is interrogated by a white supremacist cult leader.

IMPERIUM follows Nate Foster, an idealistic young FBI agent who is selected to go undercover amongst a group of white supremacists suspected of initiating a terrorist plot. Immersed in a deeply unsettling, hate-filled world, Nate must fight to maintain control of his own beliefs and principles whilst working to identify the threat and keeping his true identity and motives a secret.

Starring Daniel Radcliffe (Harry Potter, Now You See Me 2) alongside Toni Collette (Miss You Already, Krampus), Burn Gorman (TV’s Torchwood, The Dark Knight Rises), Tracy Letts (The Big Short, TV’s Homeland), Nestor Carbonell (The Dark Knight Rises, TV’s Bates Motel), and Sam Trammell (TV’s True Blood, The Fault In Our Stars).

IMPERIUM marks the feature debut for director Daniel Ragussius, who wrote the screenplay alongside Michael German. With German’s own experiences in the FBI informing the script, the result is an exhilarating, unforgettable thriller that underscores the fact that Radcliffe has long since stopped needing the help of a boy wizard to deliver his own searing dose of cinematic magic.

The clip features Daniel Radcliffe in character as an undercover FBI agent, taking part in a white supremacist rally, whilst under the threat of violent protesters.

Imperium hits cinemas on 23rd September.


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