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  1. RE: “The Arabs according to this code can’t be reasoned with…Overwhelming force commands respect. That’s the ethos of Captain George and his fellow torturers.” – R.S.


    The Chorus (Les Choristes) 2005:

    …Clément Mathieu (Gérard Jugnot) is the new prefect (a supervisor of sorts who ranks just below the headmaster) at a boarding school for troubled children in need of discipline. On his first day on the job, Clément realizes he faces a formidable task. The children are rowdy, disrespectful, and show no regard for education or authority…
    …Equally disturbing to the new prefect is the school administration, which is as ruthlessly intolerant of misbehavior as the children are of discipline. The unsavory headmaster, M. Rachin (François Berléand), a man of cruelty and selfish ambitions, drills into his faculty’s heads the policy of “action-reaction,” discipline without sufficient reason or mercy.
    The resulting war between students and administration leaves Clément in an awkward position. The children must be kept in line, but M. Rachin’s tactics seem too harsh for the loving and passionate prefect. At the risk of his job, he decides there must be a better way to reach and inspire the children…

    SOURCE – http://www.ultimatedisney.com/thechorus.html

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