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The Doom Generation is a 1995 comedy thriller film written and directed by Gregg Araki. The film stars Rose McGowan, James Duval, and Johnathon Schaech as two teenagers and a 21-year-old punk drifter who become involved in a ménage à trois.
Based on a true story, after the US withdrawal and the fall of South Vietnam to the communist forces in 1975, many people are sent to reeducation camps. Several desperate boys in one of the camps begin planing their escape.
At the station buffet, two soldiers chat up Sophie. She does nothing to discourage them. On the contrary, she drags to a small hotel. But what a surprise for her to discover that the receptionist is Vincent, her former great love, that she has not seen for two years! They start a new affair together. Which will soon prove destructive...
The biblical tale of Joseph is told from an Egyptian perspective in this interesting character study. In this film, Joseph is called Ram. Ram, tired of his family's backward superstitious life, and tired of being picked on by his brothers, wants to go to Egypt to study agriculture.
Marie (Marie Gillain) is a young pregnant woman who lives in a world where her mother feels nothing for her and her boyfriend's abandoned her. So she decides to start afresh in Brussels and hitches a ride with a friendly drug-pusher. However, when in Brussels she discovers 7-year-old Toni, a young boy abandoned by his father, and so she becomes resolved to re-unite him with his mother in Portugal.
Benoit has planned out his life. Unfortunately he has forgotten the military duty. After he is called to duty he tries everything to get around. The story gets even worse as he is told by a military doctor that he is HIV positive. Then he goes to Italy and meets Claudia . Things seem to improve, but only for a short time...
The film follows three young men and their time spent in the French suburban "ghetto," over a span of twenty-four hours. Vinz, a Jew, Saïd, an Arab, and Hubert, a black boxer, have grown up in these French suburbs where high levels of diversity coupled with the racist and oppressive police force have raised tensions to a critical breaking point.