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Nineties: Young Cinema Rebels

La Haine

Witness the gritty side of Paris in this hugely influential drama about violence, racism and disaffected youth.

Image from La Haine

France 1995
Dir Mathieu Kassovitz
With Vincent Cassel, Hubert Koundé, Saïd Taghmaoui
98min
Digital
English subtitles
Certificate 15

Chronicling 20 hours in the aftermath of a riot in suburban Paris, Kassovitz’s debut feature follows three twenty-something men who are seething with rage and discontent at their place in life. La Haine presented a Paris riddled with police brutality, racism, hostility and violence: this is not what French cinema at the time looked like, and it blew critics and audiences away.

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