Friday, December 26, 2008

IFFK Day Three

IFFK may long be over, but let me finish my reports about it a week late due to a short trip to Delhi and Lucknow over the last few days.

My only film on Tuesday was "The Class", a film which portrays the dynamics between and amongst students and teachers of a multi-racial classroom in Paris.

The winner of this year's Palme d' Or at Cannes, the film was distinctive for the long shots in the classroom scenes which immerses or rather forces the viewer to be part of the environment in the class itself. All the more relevant in view of the racial tensions gripping Paris and many European cities, including London and Madrid in recent times, the film is an interesting insight into the contrasts within a pronouncedly multi-racial society.


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