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Nobody Does Hate Better Than The French

Part 1: La Haine

Vincent Cassel in “La Haine”via enlargeyourparis.fr

Generalizations are useful when you want to dismiss a whole country and its cinematic output. Not all French people smell bad. Not all French films stink.

There are three movies that continuously draw me back into the loving embrace like a saucy French mistress. My secret tête-à-tête rendezvous that’s oo-la-la and purring with decadence.

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