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Kids doing bad. Youth and rebellion, and the consequences of violence and the power dynamics within groups. In Nocturama, a group of young p...
Posted March 17, 2022
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Kids doing bad. Youth and rebellion, and the consequences of violence and the power dynamics within groups. In Nocturama, a group of young people in Paris plan and execute a series of bombings, examining the ideologies and motivations driving their actions. Monos, set in the Colombian jungle, follows a group of child soldiers and their relationships with one another as they are tasked with guarding a kidnapped American engineer. Both films examine the complexities of group dynamics and the blurred lines between right and wrong, as well as the use of violence as a means of resistance or control. The stylish visuals and unique narrative structures of both films add to their exploration of these themes, creating a thought-provoking and memorable viewing experience.
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Released: August 31, 2016
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Director: Bertrand Bonello
Writer: Bertrand Bonello
Starring: Finnegan Oldfield, Vincent Rottiers, Hamza Meziani
Paris, one morning. A group of young people from different backgrounds. They launch into a strange ballet in the metro tunnels and the city's streets. They seem to follow a plan. Their gestures are precise, almost dangerous. They converge towards the same point, a department store, at the moment it is about to shut. Night begins.
Released: August 15, 2019
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Director: Alejandro Landes
Writer: Alexis Dos Santos, Alejandro Landes
Starring: Moisés Arias, Julianne Nicholson, Sofia Buenaventura
On a faraway mountaintop, eight kids with guns watch over a hostage and a conscripted milk cow.