Le Havre

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Clary

HORRIBLE. Underachieving white man rescues black kid & gets a female as reward.

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Hunter

It's a shame the Script for this film is not readily available. I'm looking for the screenplay rather desperately and it's nowhere to be seen. Hopefully Kanopy looks into this at some point in the near future.

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Minami

Thank you for your recommendation! Our team will look into this.

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Luis

beautiful

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SETH

Incredible faces, facial expressions, memorable, beautiful. A better film on the refugee crisis is Fire at Sea (2016), Gianfranco Rosi.

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