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La Haine
Film La Haine


Oct 8—Nov 12, 2020
In French with English subtitles

Dir. Mathieu Kassovitz | 98min, 1995
With Vincent Cassel, Hubert Koundé, Saïd Taghmaoui

The premiere of a new restoration of Mathieu Kassovitz’s explosive 1995 tale of unrest and policy brutality on the margins of Paris, a still-stunning look at the racial and economic injustices of French society.

This explosive tale of simmering unrest on the margins of Paris tracks 24 hours in the lives of three young men—the Jewish Vinz, the black Hubert, and the Arab Saïd—as their rage at an act of police brutality threatens to boil over into violence. A bravura feat of visceral filmmaking, now celebrating its 25th anniversary in a brand new 4K restoration, La Haine is a still-stunning look at the deep-rooted racial and economic injustices of French society

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