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Nara is a gypsy who has thrown his wife out of the house because a social worker talked her into using birth control pills. Now he lives with his 80-year-old mother and young daughter. They both provide a balance for Nara's violent behavior and illegal activities, despite the constant threat of eviction."Les Princes" is the debut movie of Tony Gatlif (Latcho Drom). The portrait of a Gypsy family living in the almost abandoned and decaying outskirts of Paris. One of the most remarkable features of "Les Princes" is its use of carefully chosen locations to underline the squalid conditions Gypsies must live in. Urban landscapes, decaying housing developments, seedy bars, derelict factories, this is a version of Paris you've rarely seen on film.
Gatlif's episodic study of tmodern France carries plentiful conviction, thanks no doubt to the fact that the director is himself of Romany stock --Time Out New York