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Humanite (1999)
Starring: Ginette Allegre, Severine Caneele, Ghislain Ghesquiere, Emmanuel Schotte, Philippe Tullier
Director: Bruno Dumont
Category: Foreign, Suspense / Thriller, Independent
Studio: WinStar Home Video
148 mins



"Brilliant!A movie of breathtaking audacity!"-Jami Bernard, DAILY NEWS

Bruno Dumont's (Life Of Jesus) visionary and hauntingly powerful film tells the story of Pharaon De winter (Emmanuel Schotte), a police detective who lives with his mother in a working-class town in Northern France.With astonishing and raw sensitivity, Pharaon agonizes over the evil he must confront every day during the course of his work.His latest case is the brutal rape and murder of an 11-year-old girl, a crime so barbarous that Pharaon reels from the madness of it, struggling to grasp its meaning. As the investigation proceeds to its startling climax, Pharaon's profound humanity is tested to its limits.


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