La Haine | reviewed by: Lee Weber | May 16, 2012
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Raw & gritty, La Haine is a tough look at violence, crime & race in 90s France. Appropriately shot in B&W, this is highly recommended.
genre Drama
synopsis Abdel, a local hoodlum, is hospitalized after a riot, where a policeman lost his gun. His friend Vinz finds it and claims he will kill a cop if Abdel dies.
lead actors Vincent Cassel | Hubert Koundé | Saïd Taghmaoui | Abdel Ahmed Ghili | Solo | Joseph Momo | Héloïse Rauth | François Levantal | Edouard Montoute | Benoît Magimel | Vincent Lindon | Christophe Rossignon | Mathieu Kassovitz | Marc Duret | Philippe Nahon | Zinedine Soualem
director Mathieu Kassovitz