This energetic, jumpy first film by writer-director Mathieu Kassovitz takes a seriocomic look at three young Parisians whose relationship is complicated by race and sexual jealousy.
Jamal (Hubert Kounde), a Muslim law student, is the affluent, well-groomed black son of African diplomats. Felix (Kassovitz) is a white Jewish bicycle messenger who works for Maurice (Marc Berman) and lives with his sister Sarah (Eloise Rauth) and his Yiddish-speaking elderly aunt (Rywka
Wajsbrot) and grandparents (Tadek Likcinski, Jany Holt). They both love Lola (Julie Mauduech), a light-skinned black woman who was born in Martinique, but neither knows of the other's existence. Whe...