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"La Haine" is a 1995 French black-and-white drama/suspense film written, co-edited, and directed by Mathieu Kassovitz. It is commonly released under its French title in the English-speaking world, although its U.S. VHS release was entitled Hate. It is about three young friends and their struggle to live in the banlieues of Paris. The title derives from a line spoken by one of them, Hubert: "La haine attire la haine !", "hatred breeds hatred.
- also known as La haine , Hate
- country: France
- language: French
- producer: Christophe Rossignon
- production design by Giuseppe Ponturo
- written by Mathieu Kassovitz
- Vincent Cassel as Vinz
- Saïd Taghmaoui as Saïd
- Hubert Koundé as Hubert
- Abdel Ahmed Ghili as Abdel
- Solo as Santo
- Rywka Wajsbrot as Vinz's Grandmother
- Joseph Momo as Ordinary Guy
- Héloïse Rauth as Sarah
- Olga Abrego as Vinz's Aunt
- Laurent Labasse as Cook
- Choukri Gabteni as Saïd's Brother
- Nabil Ben Mhamed as Boy Blague
- Benoît Magimel as Benoît
- Medard Niang as Médard
- Arash Mansour as Arash
- music by Assassin
- genre: Drama
- released on (20 years ago)
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The Politics of Transgression in the Maghreb by Alina Sajed
While La Haine is a highly self-reflexive cinematic narrative bent on a 'realist' representation of the impending violence stemming from the marginalization of the banlieue, its preoccupation with a memory of the present produces a narrative ...
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LA HAINE, 1995, MATHIEU KASSOVITZ La Haine is a brilliant film about three young men in Paris—an Arab, a Jew, and an Afro-Frenchman. The three friends are struggling during times of racial unrest and the film centers around the ...
by Hafid Gafaiti
While La Haine is a bleak urban drama that offers a dark and ultimately apocalyptic vision of contemporary France, Métisse is a warm, half-realistic, half- utopian romantic comedy that can be read most appropriately as the flipside of the 1995 ...
Transnational Cinema (2006)
The Film Reader by Elizabeth Ezra
La haine is a uniquely stylised social activist film, featuring a slick steady-cam music- video look with box office appeal. The no-exit depiction of the friendship between three young men of Arab, West African, and lewish backgrounds is staged ...
by Anthony Lejeune
Claudel Le Partage de Midi Ce qu'il nous faut, c'est la haine. D'elle naîtront nos idées. Jean Genet Les Nègres Ce que peut la vertu d'un homme ne se doit mesurer par ses efforts, mais par son ordinaire. Biaise Pascal Pensées It is not time ...
by Hugh Moore
Si vous avez le malheur d'être médiocre, voila des remords pour la vie ; si vous reussissiez, voila des ennemis ; vous marchez sur le bord d'un abime entre le mepris et la haine.
The Philosophical Dictionary (1802)
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by Barrie Jones
ballet Le Papillon; incidental music for Barriere's Le Gascon and Sardou's La Haine; cello concerto ...
Dictionary of Film Makers (1972)
by Georges Sadoul, Peter Morris
La Comtesse noire, Plus fort que la haine, L'Escarpolette tragique, Le Roi de l'air, Le Calvaire, La Lutte pour la vie, Le Calvaire d'une reine, Le Vieux Cabotin, La Fievre de ...
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Inspired by the movie poster La Haine (the hate) and the Dutch politics.....
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