On Thursday, November 23rd, at 7 pm The National Art Gallery of The Bahamas presents the gritty, black and white French film, "La Haine" (Hate). The film follows the lives of three young men struggling to come to terms with their anger after a riot, and frustration with the Police and a system that doesn’t know how to cope with the inequalities of modern French life.
It’s an unflinching look at the alienation of disenfranchised youth in the outer regions of Paris. The film, a contemporary noir, won the Cannes Best Director award for the French director, Mathieu Kassovitz.
The screening is free and open to the public. It is rated R (Restricted) and therefore inappropriate for children under 17. We will have popcorn on hand for sale. NOTE: If it rains we will host the screening inside the gallery space. Come out and spend this wonderful fall evening with us.