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La Haine ("Hate") is a French black-and-white film directed by Mathieu Kassovitz, released in 1995. It is normally released under its French title in the English-speaking world, although the American VHS release was entitled Hate. The film is a dark urban thriller about three teenage friends in an urban ghetto that has recently been the site of a riot. The film explores themes of poverty, racism, violence and disaffected youth in modern suburban Paris.




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