Humanite

Not Yet Rated| 2 hr. 28 min.

Plot Summary
Police Lt. Pharaon De Winter (Emmanuel Schotte) isn't himself after the rape and murder of a young girl. As he follows false leads, he continues to go through the motions of life, wondering whether humanity really exists. He still gardens, and still spends time with his neighbor Domino (Severine Caneele) and her boyfriend, Joseph (Philippe Tullier). While Pharaon believes he's in love with Domino, he becomes increasingly disturbed by the violence that he sees permeating everything in society.

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Genres: Drama

Humanite (1999)

Release Date: January 1st, 1999|2 hr. 28 min.

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  • It's a haunting, hypnotic film that exerts an escalating grip on the heart and the conscience. show more

  • While Dumont's movie has its striking scenes, it is doomed to a sense of lethargy and inertia by the kind of people it ponders and the context in which they are placed. show more

  • Dumont's movie has virtually nothing wrong with it -- aside from the fact that it drives people crazy. Take the leap, but expect no answers. Just like life, as they say. show more

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