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La Haine ()

La haine (original title)
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24 hours in the lives of three young men in the French suburbs the day after a violent riot.

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Vinz
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Hubert
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Saïd
Abdel Ahmed Ghili ...
Abdel
Solo ...
Santo
Joseph Momo ...
Ordinary Guy
Héloïse Rauth ...
Sarah
Rywka Wajsbrot ...
Vinz's Grandmother
Olga Abrego ...
Vinz's Aunt
Laurent Labasse ...
Cook
Choukri Gabteni ...
Saïd's Brother
Nabil Ben Mhamed ...
Boy Blague
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Benoît
Médard Niang ...
Médard
Arash Mansour ...
Arash
Abdel-Moulah Boujdouni ...
Young Businessman
Mathilde Vitry ...
Journalist
Christian Moro ...
CRS TV Journalist
JiBi ...
Fat Youth
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Darty
Félicité Wouassi ...
Hubert's mother
Fatou Thioune ...
Hubert's Sister
Thang-Long ...
Grocer (as Thang Long)
Cut Killer ...
DJ
Sabrina Houicha ...
Saïd's Sister
Sandor Weltmann ...
Vinz Lookalike
François Levantal ...
Astérix
Julie Mauduech ...
Gallery Girl
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Gallerly Girl
Peter Kassovitz ...
Gallery Patron
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Really Drunk Man
Christophe Rossignon ...
Taxi Driver
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Young Skinhead
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Skin
Florent Lavandeira ...
Skin
Teddy Marques ...
Skin
Samir Khelif ...
Skin
Tadek Lokcinski ...
Monsieur Toilettes
Virginie Montel ...
SDF Metro
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Concierge
Marcel Marondo ...
Bouncer
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Samir
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Inspector Notre Dame
Eric Pujol ...
Assistant Policeman
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Police Chief
Sébastien Tavel ...
Hospital police officer
François Toumarkine ...
Hospital police officer
José Dalmat ...
Hospital Police Officer (as José-Philippe Dalmat)
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Plainclothes Police Officer
Bernie Bonvoisin ...
Plainclothes Police Officer
Cyril Ancelin ...
Plainclothes Police Officer
Patrick Médioni ...
CRS Cave

Directed by

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Mathieu Kassovitz

Written by

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Mathieu Kassovitz ... (written by)

Produced by

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Adeline Lecallier ... associate producer
Alain Rocca ... associate producer
Christophe Rossignon ... producer
Gilles Sacuto ... line producer

Music by

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Assassin

Cinematography by

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Pierre Aïm

Film Editing by

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Mathieu Kassovitz
Scott Stevenson

Editorial Department

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Richard Deusy ... colorist
Stratos Gabrielidis ... first assistant editor

Production Design by

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Giuseppe Ponturo

Costume Design by

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Virginie Montel

Makeup Department

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Sophie Benaiche ... makeup artist

Production Management

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Rachid Djaidani ... assistant unit manager
Sophie Quiédeville ... unit production manager

Second Unit Director or Assistant Director

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Ludovic Bernard ... second assistant director
Eric Pujol ... first assistant director
François Pujol ... third assistant director
Henri Pujol ... assistant director

Art Department

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Cyrille Perron ... head of painting
Mélissa Ponturo ... art department trainee

Sound Department

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Nicolas Becker ... foley artist
Dominique Dalmasso ... sound
Fred Mays ... post-synchronization
Laure Monrréal ... sound trainee
Vincent Tulli ... sound
Emmanuel Ughetto ... boom operator

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Rodolphe Chabrier ... digital effects
Antoine Simkine ... visual effects executive producer: Duboi
Rip Hampton O'Neil ... director of reseach and development: DuboiColor (uncredited)

Stunts

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Bernard Chevreul ... stunts (as Bernard Chevreuil)
Gilles Conseil ... stunts
Mohammed Enahal ... stunts (as Mohamed Enahal)
Pascal Guégan ... stunts
Philippe Guégan ... stunt coordinator
Christian Hening ... stunts
Patrick Médioni ... stunts

Camera and Electrical Department

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Vincent Blasco ... key grip
Christophe Boissy ... electrician
Alexander Bugel ... key grip
Axel Cosnefroy ... assistant camera
Georges Diane ... camera operator
Guy Ferrandis ... still photographer
Hervé Lodé ... second assistant camera (as Hervé Lode)
Jean-Claude Lother ... still photographer
Jacques Monge ... steadicam operator
Mikael Monod ... gaffer
Marie Spencer ... first assistant camera

Location Management

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Abdelnabi Krouchi ... location manager

Other crew

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Thierry Artur ... production accountant
Laure Darie ... production secretary
Guillaume Favreau ... assistant manager
Jodie Foster ... presenter
François Guerrar ... press attache
Dany Martin ... press attache

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Storyline

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Plot Summary

The film follows three young men and their time spent in the French suburban "ghetto," over a span of twenty-four hours. Vinz, a Jew, Saïd, an Arab, and Hubert, a black boxer, have grown up in these French suburbs where high levels of diversity coupled with the racist and oppressive police force have raised tensions to a critical breaking point. During the riots that took place a night before, a police officer lost his handgun in the ensuing madness, only to leave it for Vinz to find. Now, with a newfound means to gain the respect he deserves, Vinz vows to kill a cop if his friend Abdel dies in the hospital, due the beating he received while in police custody. Written by b4arr2y

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Taglines So far, so good See more »
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Also Known As
  • Droits du cité (France)
  • Hate (World-wide, English title)
  • La Haine (World-wide, English title)
  • La Haine (United States)
  • La Haine (United Kingdom)
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Runtime
  • 98 min
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Box Office

Budget EUR2,590,000 (estimated)

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Trivia Mathieu Kassovitz was inspired to write the screenplay when one of his friends - a fellow kid from the projects - died in police custody. See more »
Goofs The trip across Paris is strange : the three characters should arrive at the Saint-Lazare station(north-west of Paris), coming from ChanteloupLesVignes. Yet, when they arrive, they are in front of the Montparnasse station(south of Paris), on the Rennes street. Then, they go to Asterix place, on the boulevard Pierre Ier of Serbia, close to Iena Place (west of Paris), and when they try to catch the last train, this time they are at the Saint-Lazare station, the right one to go back. But then, when they are on the roof, they see the Eiffel Tower and the Trocadero from the south-east, being probably close to Montparnasse station. Then, they come across a sculpture, L'Ecoute, in the Halles Garden(center of Paris), before going back. Hence, their trip goes : south, west, north-west, south and center of Paris. See more »
Movie Connections Edited into Final Cut: Ladies and Gentlemen (2012). See more »
Soundtracks Burnin' and Lootin' See more »
Quotes Hubert: Heard about the guy who fell off a skyscraper? On his way down past each floor, he kept saying to reassure himself: So far so good... so far so good... so far so good. How you fall doesn't matter. It's how you land!
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