Foreign Film Series: "La Haine"

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Location: 

Hendricks 122

Contact: 

Dr. Cristina Francescon
(910) 630-7082
francesc@methodist.edu

Description: 

La Haine tells the story of three young men living on the margin of French society--an Arab, an African and a Jew--who spend an aimless day in a sterile Paris suburb, as social turmoil swirls around them and they eventually get into a confrontation with the police. An incendiary piece, more timely than ever, that reflects the fact that in France, friendships are as likely to be based on class as race.

France, 1996, director: Matthieu Kassitvitz.

La Haine
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