"My film is a cry of alarm, which is heard mainly on the theme of education, of culture, of the preparation of the children living in the suburbs. And it is a denunciation of the violence of the police that France turns out now with the yellow vest, but with which we in the banlieues are fighting for more than twenty years." It was passionate and indomitable director of the French origins of the malian Ladj Ly at the Cannes film festival by presenting his Miserable, who now runs for France for an Oscar as best foreign language film (we'll know Monday if it gets to the final five). The film, which Arrives in Italian cinemas on the 30th of January, and of which the Republic offers the trailer in the preview, is the story of a few hours to Montfermeil, in the suburbs an hour from the heart of Paris. The policeman just arrived in Montfermeil, Stéphane, along with two colleagues of the veterans of a team of anti-crime, is facing a war between gangs, and the islamic community, the kids in revolt. A simple episode of the chronicle will become the pretext for a devastating battle for control of the territory, in a situation of all against all without mercy.
'The Wretched' on the outskirts of Paris in the race for the Oscar. The director: A cry of alarm for the boys
"My film is a cry of alarm, which is heard mainly on the theme of education, of culture, of the preparation of the children living in the suburbs. And it is a
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