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This week’s Popula Film Club is about oppressed and neglected people around the world who decided to do something when they saw the rich and powerful doing nothing. Film selections from the long history of protest films, to stream on non-corporate media platforms.
This week’s Popula Film Club is about oppressed and neglected people around the world who decided to do something when they saw the rich and powerful doing nothing. Film selections from the long history of protest films, to stream on non-corporate media platforms.
La haine means “hatred,” an appropriate title. Kassovitz’s boiling, furious film caused an uproar and angered Paris police. Over the span of 24 hours in a working-class French neighborhood, the growing resentments and frustration with life shared by three young men begin to boil over into action. La haine channels French revolutionary history into a modern tale of disillusionment and revolt. Shot in black and white and featuring a volcanic performance from Vincent Cassel, La haine has become more relevant than ever in its portrayal of police brutality, government neglect, and the rage of the working poor.
La haine means “hatred,” an appropriate title. Kassovitz’s boiling, furious film caused an uproar and angered Paris police. Over the span of 24 hours in a working-class French neighborhood, the growing resentments and frustration with life shared by three young men begin to boil over into action. La haine channels French revolutionary history into a modern tale of disillusionment and revolt. Shot in black and white and featuring a volcanic performance from Vincent Cassel, La haine has become more relevant than ever in its portrayal of police brutality, government neglect, and the rage of the working poor.
>"from the long history of protest films, to stream on non-corporate media platforms"
>"from the long history of protest films, to stream on non-corporate media platforms"
>"from the long history of protest films, to stream on non-corporate media platforms"
>"from the long history of protest films, to stream on non-corporate media platforms"
>"from the long history of protest films, to stream on non-corporate media platforms"
>"from the long history of protest films, to stream on non-corporate media platforms"
>"from the long history of protest films, to stream on non-corporate media platforms"
>"from the long history of protest films, to stream on non-corporate media platforms"
>"from the long history of protest films, to stream on non-corporate media platforms"
>"from the long history of protest films, to stream on non-corporate media platforms"
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