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Louis-Do de Lencquesaing
Alice de Lencquesaing
This might have been a good story. But it is not. It is slow. And quite out of context. I mean I get it: a nice word play. People born and raised in France, educated at the same school, buying food at the same supermarket are advised to integrate into the French society. Countless hours on TV talking about people refusing to integrate. What does it mean to integrate? They speak the language. They took the same history and geography classes. They have passed the same exams. What they refuse to integrate is what they cannot: skin color and curly black hair. Some are going as far as changing their legal name only in a hope to be considered equal. So this is about the reverse of the process: submitting to the conspiracy theory and to preachers who promise an integrated identity on the other side of the real world. But that is not enough to have a feature film.
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