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96 minutes · 2012

A black-and-white 1994 French film by writer-director Mathieu Kassovitz (Cafe au Lait) about racism in the Paris suburbs. It focuses on three alienated youths—one black (Hubert Kounde), one North African (Said Taghmaoui), and one a working-class Jew (Vincent Cassel)—who go on an all-night spree after a race riot sparked by police brutality. Though some of this might seem a bit old to Americans, Kassovitz has some things of his own to say—and he says them with nuance, feeling, and authority. In French with subtitles.

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