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La Haine (Cert 15)

MAGHREB CINÉ

March 16, 2018 7pm (doors open 6.30pm), £6 (concessions £5)

Director Mathieu Kassovitz was just 26 years old when his raw angry film “La Haine” (Hatred) was released in 1995. The film explores the relationship of the outlying housing estates in Paris to the centre of the city in a stylised black-and-white drama about youth, guns and police brutality. It follows three friends the day after a violent riot in a gritty and unsettling look at racial and cultural volatility in contemporary France.

Tickets cost £6 (concessions £5) and are available on the door only.

Screening starts at 7pm (doors open 6.30pm)

Maghreb Ciné is a volunteer run film club screening films from and of the Maghreb and its diasporas: www.maghrebcine.wordpress.com