Rent La Haine (1995)

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1h 33min
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Synopsis:
Starkly shot in black and white, capturing a Paris not seen on any tourist map, the film deals with France's intolerance towards outsiders, following Vinz (Vincent Cassel), Hubert (Hubert Kounde) and Said (Said Taghmaoui), three young men trapped in the Parisian economic, ethnic and social underclass.
Actors:
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Directors:
Producers:
Christophe Rossignon
Writers:
Mathieu Kassovitz
Aka:
La Haine / Hate
Studio:
Optimum
Genres:
Classics, Drama
Countries:
France, Classics, Drama
Awards:

1995 Cannes Best Director

BBFC:
Release Date:
27/09/2004
Run Time:
93 minutes
Languages:
French Dolby Digital 1.0
Subtitles:
English
DVD Regions:
Region 2
Formats:
Pal
Aspect Ratio:
Widescreen 1.78:1 / 16:9
Colour:
B & W
Bonus:
  • Audio commentary from director Mathieu Kassovitz
  • Scenes In Color
  • Behind the scenes footage
  • Trailers
BBFC:
Release Date:
23/11/2020
Run Time:
98 minutes
Languages:
French Dolby Digital 2.0, French DTS-HD Master Audio 2.0, French LPCM Stereo
Subtitles:
English
Formats:
Pal
Aspect Ratio:
Widescreen 1.85:1
Colour:
B & W
BLU-RAY Regions:
B
Bonus:
  • Audio commentary by Mathieu Kassovitz (2004)
  • Redefining Rebellion (2020, 5 mins): film critic and programmer Kaleem Aftab explores the spirit of revolution in La Haine
  • Screen Epiphany: Riz Ahmed introduces 'La Haine' (2020, 14 mins): the award-winning actor talks about his connection to the film
  • Interview with Mathieu Kassovitz (2020, 35 mins): a new interview with the actor, writer and director
  • Three short films by Mathieu Kassovitz: Fierrot le pou (1990, 7 mins): a young man shoots hoops (or tries) in a gym, in an effort to impress a young woman
  • Cauchemar blanc (1991, 10 mins): a group of white men carry out a racist attack in the banlieue Assassins (1992, 12 mins): Kassovitz's short film that he later developed into the feature Assassin(s) in 1997
  • 10 Years of 'La Haine' (2005, 84 mins): feature-length documentary marking the 10th anniversary of Mathieu Kassovitz's award-winning film
  • Casting and rehearsals (1995, 19 mins)
  • Anatomy of a Scene (1995, 7 mins): a look at the shooting of a particularly challenging scene Behind the Scenes (1995, 6 mins): Kassovitz, his cast and crew prepare to embark on making 'La Haine'
  • Colour deleted and extended scenes (1995, 17 mins): including after-words by Mathieu Kassovitz on selected scenes
  • Original Trailers
  • 25th Anniversary Trailer
Disc 1:
This disc includes the main feature
Disc 2:
This disc includes special features

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Reviews (2) of La Haine

My favorite film - La Haine review by AD

Spoiler Alert
20/10/2016

I first saw this about 20 years ago, late night on either BBC or Channel 4. And wow. Just wow! What an amazing film.

I won't go into detail about the plot, but this is the film that made me really start to appreciate foreign films and really enjoy the idea of watching a subtitled movie.

Incredible acting from all of the cast, with Vincent Cassel now being my favorite actor. The film is interesting, gritty, funny and different to what else is out there. An absolute classic that has stood the test of time, and the topic is just as (if not even more) relevant today. Can't recommend it enough.

2 out of 2 members found this review helpful.

Gritty view of urban violence - La Haine review by Alphaville

Spoiler Alert
06/10/2016

This 1995 film about urban violence in the Paris suburbs is shot in arresting monochrome using a Steadicam that circles elegantly around the action as though eavesdropping on it. Yet the action itself holds little interest. The three social outcast leads are totally unsympathetic, although skinhead Vincent Cassel does show glimpses of the charismatic actor he would become. The relentless anti-police bias further distances audience engagement and dulls any message the film is trying to purvey about its subject matter.

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