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  • French movies are not so neatly resolved. In fact, the point of many French movies, such as this provocative one from director Laurent Cantet, is that some problems don't have satisfying solutions - or resolutions. show more

  • The Class is clearly a microcosm of contemporary France, beset by social and economic tensions. More than that, though, it's a saga of education's struggles in many parts of the modern world. If only the film were pure fiction. show more

  • The movie is bursting with life, energy, fears, frustrations and the quick laughter of a classroom hungry for relief. show more

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