Ad banner
Ad banner

La Haine (1995) | Full Movie HD | English Subtitles

La Haine (1995) | Full Movie HD | English Subtitles

When a young Arab is arrested and beaten unconscious by police, a riot erupts in the notoriously violent suburbs outside of Paris. Three of the victim’s peers, Vinz (Vincent Cassel), Said (Said Taghmaoui) and Hubert (Hubert Koundé), wander aimlessly about their home turf in the aftermath of the violence as they try to come to grips with their outrage over the brutal incident. After one of the men finds a police officer’s discarded weapon, their night seems poised to take a bleak turn.


(Visited 36 times, 1 visits today)

You Might Be Interested In

Comment (21)

  1. Putting this in the A Level French syllabus is one of the best decisions ever made by the UK education system….this film is SO important, especially when given the current affairs. Although published in 1995, the pattern remains the same…deprivation of education, people living in poverty (les banlieues), young people resorting to violence or illegal affairs to keep their families going, and police brutality all wrapped into one film. The message is so powerful and I think everyone should see this film at least once in their lives.

  2. Holy shit! I been looking for this movie for 23 years and today I just randomly thought about it, typed in black and white foreign film and I found it finally! Thanks for uploading. Now I have the name of it, I remember watching it on starz & sundance loooong ago

  3. One of my favorite movies ever. Such a cinematic, hip-hop cultural and sociological masterpiece!
    1995 was a great year for arthouse cinematography, take Trainspotting for instance, abominable style.

  4. Absolute MASTERPIECE of cinema!! I’m an American but I can relate to Hubert, Vinz, and Said on such a personal level. I know poverty, growing up on and around drugs and trafficking, violence, police brutality, the desperation, societal isolation and hopelessness that accompanies being a young man in the hood with no money and no future… in addition I have spent a fair amount of time in Marseille, in the northern quarters and other cités, and although compleeeeetely different than Paris, it makes this film feel so personal. I’m there with them. Just pure cinema. Another commented pointed out he finds this film similar to City of God. I couldn’t agree more. Love this film.

  5. the world as it really is behind all the glamour and show of everyday life. thousands of lives were so destroyed. X generations. and it's still in 2020. haunting and at the same time deeply shattering reality. not only in france. all around the world exist such storys. everyday. i remember i saw him the first time. it was the '90s. . i hate the '90s was shit years!


Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *