In light of recent events, it seems unfathomable that on this day in 1925, thousands of Ku Klux Klan members were allowed to march on the streets of Washington, D.C. for their first national march.
“Burden” is surprising as it is sobering. It’s a story about faith, family, friendship, hate and forgiveness. It’s a true story that is stranger than fiction but one that ends with hope.
Writer and director Andrew Heckler, explains how he went undercover as a white supremacist for research for his movie, “Burden.”