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    The Class

    The film covers an academic year, beginning with the teachers gathering for the autumn term, introducing themselves to each other and being welcomed by the principal, an unsmiling figure wearing rimless glasses. Francois is a tough but fair teacher working in one of France';;s toughest schools, and his honest demeanor in the classroom has made him a great success with the students. But this year things are different, because when the students begin to challenge his methods Francois will find his classroom ethics put to the ultimate test.
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  • Actors of "The Class"

  • Characters of "The Class"

    Agame. Character of The Class
    Ang. Character of The Class
    Carl. Character of The Class
    Played by: Carl Nanor
  • Directors of "The Class"

    Laurent Cantet. Director of The Class
    Laurent Cantet
    Birthdate: 15 June 1961, Melle, Deux-Sevres, France
  • Creators of "The Class"

    Laurent Cantet. Director of The Class
    Laurent Cantet
    Birthdate: 15 June 1961, Melle, Deux-Sevres, France
    Robin Campillo. Director of The Class
    Robin Campillo
  • Critic Reviews of "The Class"
    August 23, 2009

    But ultimately it's a fascinating, sometimes exhilarating movie that seems to make a genuine contact with the classroom, and shows us an educational system struggling, and managing, to survive.

    August 08, 2009

    Cantet's film lulls the spectator into the rhythms of the everyday reality of school, belying a very carefully coordinated narrative structure that only becomes apparent in its final act.

    Chicago Reader
    March 13, 2009

    Most impressive, Cantet tracks the racial and ethnic resentments that simmer beneath the classroom discussions but become harder to quell when the parents get involved.

    Orlando Sentinel
    March 04, 2009

    The Class, an Oscar-nominated French film about a Paris middle school, should be required viewing for anybody considering a career in teaching.

    Detroit News
    February 27, 2009

    The fact that it's based on a book written by a former teacher who also stars in the film gives it more than a bit of authenticity

    Denver Post
    February 27, 2009

    These kids aren't always all right. But they are consistently riveting.

    Critic's Notebook
    October 07, 2015

    What most critics probably aren't telling you about in their expectedly lavish praises of the film is its stereotypical and downright patronizing portrayal of race and ethnicity.

    The Nation
    November 24, 2014

    As you watch this exhilarating back-and-forth, it dawns on you that an ethically complex, emotionally troubling plot has taken shape; and you realize, with astonishment, that Cantet waited an hour to let it emerge.

    Reel Film Reviews
    January 03, 2014

    ...the sort of film that one admires more than one enjoys...

    June 22, 2013

    You will be sporadically moved by The Class, and maybe even inspired. You will also feel overpowering despair. But mostly: You will want to hug anyone who has ever, ever been a schoolteacher.

    ReelTalk Movie Reviews
    February 23, 2010

    Seems to question the continued effectiveness of an old teaching approach and its ability to adapt to new problems as well as modern variations of old ones.

    Orlando Weekly
    December 17, 2009

    In the tidiest pitch-speak, it's the Dardennes do Degrassi, a convincingly intimate glimpse at the epic battle waged against apathy in schools the world over.

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