Black Lounge Film Series - Les Miserables

Black Lounge Film Series - Les Miserables

Oct 12, 2019
Starting: 1:30 PM

$16

Victor Hugos 1862 classic novel Les Misrables unforgettably depicted the abject poverty and state violence endured by residents in the Paris suburb Montfermeil, a setting symbolically representing a greater view of French society. Taking Hugos title for his fiction feature debut, director Ladj Lyreturns to modern-day Montfermeil and finds that the tensions between the racially diversified, impoverished community and the police enforcing the status quo are remarkably similar to the world of Jean Valjean and Hugos characters, even more than 150 years later. Plus a change, plus cest la mme chose.

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