Honors College Thesis

 

The Representation of Discrimination in French Society In the Film La Haine Public

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  • The purpose of my thesis is to recognize the social injustice that existed in France 20 years ago and continues to result in social dysfunction today. I have used the film La Haine (dir. Mathieu Kassovitz, 1995) to examine past events in France’s history and have compared them to more current events in France and the U.S. I have researched the history of immigration in France, the film’s cultural impact, and present day French society. By this, I have determined that class-based injustice remains extremely relevant in modern French society. Anger and hatred still fuel criminal acts from terrorists, police, and even civilians. Key words: France, La Haine, social injustice, police brutality, immigration
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