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SGS Summer Film Festival: La Haine

When a young Arab man is arrested and beaten unconscious by police, a riot erupts in the violent suburbs of Paris. La Haine depicts 24 hours in the lives of three of the victim's friends the day after the riot. As they wander aimlessly about their home turf in the aftermath of the violence, they try to come to grips with their outrage over the brutal beating. Directed by Mathieu Kassovitz, France (1995).
Q&A to follow with Marie-Pierre Ulloa, Lecturer in French and Francophone Studies in the French and Italian Department at Stanford.
This film is part of the annual SGS Summer Film Festival running from July 13th to September 7th. This year's festival features nine films from around that world that focus on the theme of “Youth Culture in Global Cinema.” For more information on the film festival, please visit SGS Summer 2016 Film Festival.

Details

When:

Wednesday, August 24, 2016. 07:00 PM

Where:

Building 320, Geology Corner

Sponsor:

Stanford Global Studies Division, France-Stanford Center for Interdisciplinary Studies

Contact:

650-725-9317
sgs_information@stanford.edu

Admission:

Free and open to the public. Film length 1 hr. 38 min.