The Other Cinema presents ‘La Haine’ (1995), the film that meant the breakthrough for Vincent Cassel is going to be screening from the 2nd – 5th of May in venues near you, if you live in or near Paris and London that is.
‘La Haine’ (1995) by Mathieu Kassovitz The realities haven’t seem to be changed much. Life in the banlieues of Paris as expressed in the early (Portraits of a Generation, circa 2006) work by Parisian street-artist JR.
It is a portrait of the urban that still finds it’s point of recognition. As a good re-watch will show. The aesthetics of violence, the feeling of us against them and the riots slowly burning in the background.