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The Monuments Men may have been “ole America” with loads of cheese and stereotypes thrown in, but it was still worth a watch. Not to mention how good it is to see Jean Dujardin back in a major motion picture.
1. La Haine
Director: Mathieu Kassovitz
Lead Actor/s: Vincent Cassell; Hubert Kounde; Said Taghmaoui
Plot: After local youth Abdel is beaten unconscious by police, a riot ensues on his estate during which a policeman loses his gun. The gun is found by Vinz who threatens he will kill a cop if Abdel dies.
Why it’s great: The attention to detail and obvious preparation that it took to accurately portray an under-represented proportion of French (and worldwide) culture acts as a stylistic moment in time that shall never be replicated again.