La Haine: Wild projection activation

In a vibrant tribute to the cult film “La Haine”, Com’Invader’s operation bursts into the streets of Paris and Chanteloup-les-Vignes with a captivating ephemeral projection. This artistic initiative merges cinematic history with the urban landscape, offering an immersive spectacle that celebrates the legacy of Mathieu Kassovitz’s iconic film.

Across the neighborhoods that served as the backdrop to the gripping plot of “La Haine,” iconic images come to life once again, transporting viewers into the film’s intense and poignant world. Iconic places like the Cité des Bosquets in Montfermeil and the Parisian suburbs come to life in a new light, recalling the cultural and social importance of this cinematographic work.

But the operation is not limited to Paris. Chanteloup-les-Vignes, birthplace of Mathieu Kassovitz and crucial setting of “La Haine”, is also honored by this artistic projection. By announcing the musical inspired by the film, the event builds anticipation among fans and offers an exciting taste of what’s to come.

This innovative initiative from Com’Invader demonstrates the power of cinema to transcend borders and bring communities together around a common experience. By reviving the iconic images of “La Haine”, it breathes new life into a classic of French cinema, while paving the way for a promising theatrical adaptation.

La Haine, jusqu’ici rien n’a changé.L’adaptation sur scène du film culte de Mathieu Kassovitz, à partir du 10 octobre 2024 à