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French Blood (2015)

Un Français (original title)
Not Rated | | Drama | 10 June 2015 (France)
A former Neo-Nazi and skinhead, Marco Lopez, tries to get his violent, racist and hateful past behind him. The man struggles to take distance with his Neo-Nazi friends and all their doings.

Director:

Diastème

Writer:

Diastème (screenplay)
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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
Alban Lenoir ... Marco Lopez
Samuel Jouy Samuel Jouy ... Braguette
Paul Hamy ... Grand-Guy
Olivier Chenille Olivier Chenille ... Marvin
Jeanne Rosa Jeanne Rosa ... Kiki
Patrick Pineau Patrick Pineau ... Le pharmacien
Lucie Debay ... Corinne
Renaud Lebas Renaud Lebas ... Patron bar Nanterre
Blandine Pélissier Blandine Pélissier ... La mère de Marco
Alex Martin ... Redskin antillais
Michaël Troude Michaël Troude ... Redskin canal
Gary Gillet Gary Gillet ... Sbire 1
Andy Gillet ... Sbire 2
Frédéric Andrau Frédéric Andrau ... Inspecteur de police
Franck M'Bouéké Franck M'Bouéké ... Videur boîte de nuit
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Storyline

Marco is a skinhead, a real one. With his friends, Braguette, Grand-Guy, Marvin, he hits the Arabs and glue the posters of the far right. Until he feels that, despite himself, his hatred is abandoning him. But how to get rid of violence, anger, stupidity that has in oneself? This is the journey of a bastard who will try to become a good person. Written by Luc-tiber

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The film was supposed to be shown in 150 movie theaters, but due to many threats that the team and the director received the film was shown only in 60 movie theaters. See more »

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References Vixen! (1968) See more »

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Named "Skinhead" in several countries...
1 October 2018 | by ransmyrSee all my reviews

...but has nothing whatsoever to do with skinheads or true skinhead culture. The fact that a bonehead nazi is listening to "A message to you, Rudy" (originally by black singer Dandy Livingstone, here in a version by british singer Judge Dread) proves that the makers of this film really had no idea what skinhead culture is really about.


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Country:

France

Language:

French

Release Date:

10 June 2015 (France) See more »

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Filming Locations:

Paris, France See more »

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2.35 : 1
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