10th District Court
|10th District Court|
|Directed by||Raymond Depardon|
|Produced by||Claude Morice
|Edited by||Simon Jacquet
|Distributed by||Les Films du Losange|
The proceedings of a Paris courtroom are the grist for this documentary. Drawn from over 200 appearances before the same female judge, the director chooses a dozen or so varied misdemeanor and civil hearings to highlight the subtle details of human behaviour. In the process he draws attention to issues of guilt, innocence, policing and ethnicity in France.
- "10th District Court". unifrance.org. Retrieved 2014-03-21.
- Kermode, Mark (2008-06-18). "10th District Court". The Guardian. Retrieved 2014-03-21.
- Broadshaw, Peter (2008-07-21). "10th District Court (10e Chambre - Instants d'Audience)". The Guardian. Retrieved 2014-03-21.
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