? THE HIDDEN HATRED is the story of homosexuality as a phenomenon that appears to be universal, while social pressure, combined with a specific perception of traditional values, can lead a young man to the extreme: a plot full of the unexpected.Two African parents discover the homosexuality of 3 of their 4 boys the hardest way: they are watching the news on TV when the latters, who have immigrated in Europe some few years ago without notice, pop up on their screen kissing other men during a gay parade. This creates a dreadful and devastating storm in their lives, taking in account the fact that in their context, homosexuality is so condemned that it is compared to curse. They are excluded from everything, living isolated, and their last son, Jean-Noël, twenty years and only heterosexual of the brotherhood is forced to leave his school, being also abandoned by Noemie, his longtime girl friend. Months later, the same parents learn that their only girl, married, with 2 daughters, is having an affair with a woman who is none other than their country's minister of social affairs. The social comdemnation grows even higher and harsher. They are accused of having not educated their children properly and the retaliation attitudes are terrible, coming from the less expected people. This is a little too much for them, the poor parents commit suicide, taking their lives simultaneously. Remained orphan, Jean-Noël blames his family's tragedy on the media which programs, according to him, caused his siblings to turn homosexual and for this reason, he starts hating them with all his heart. Yet, realizing that he can't live with such destroying feeling, he battles it déterminingly. Unfortunately, when he thinks he has found peace of mind, Rocky Butten, an Hollywood filmmaker, comes to the natural reserve where he works as a tour guide, supposedly for vacations; supposedly for Rocky will fall in love with Félicité, the manager of the natural reserve; they will marry and give birth to triplets, three boys. The encounter with this ultimate representative of the abhorred professional category awakes the young boy's hatred again, revealing it even stronger, deeper than ever. And here is the beginning of a "sui generis" development of the complexity of the human psyche, which strange and incredible manifestations will lead Jean-Noel to crime. Though Rocky only shows him trust and friendship, the latter will kill him in a very ingenious way. Afterwards, with a similar creative manner, he will kill his entire family. But the only thing his evil genius hadn't planned is that Dylan, one of Rocky's son will survive. But he will survive, to only discover years later, when they already have two kids, that Alicia, his sweet wife, is the very niece of Jean-Noël, the man who decimated all his beloved ones! How will Dylan live with that discovery? What will he decide? Abandoning her? show understanding? Whatever he decides will his psyche allow him true peace of mind?