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FRONTLINE/WORLD

France: Soundtrack to a Riot

  • Aired: 03/27/2006
  • 18:13
  • Rating: NR
In this Rough Cut, producer Camille Servan-Schreiber and reporter Marco Werman go to Paris to talk to a multitude of rappers -- some successful, some rapping in their living rooms -- to find out what lay at the heart of last year's riots and how this anger has been expressed in today's rap rebellion.
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A rap of protest from the ghetto.
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