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AMOUR (2012, France / Germany / Austria)

AMOUR || 2012, France / Germany / Austria || Drama || Directed by – Michael Haneke / Written by – Michael Haneke / Produced by – Michael André, Stefan Arndt, Rodin Alper Bingol, Alice Girard, Daniel Goudineau, Veit Heiduschka, Hans-Wolfgang Jurgan, Michael Katz, Wolfgang Lorenz, Heinrich Mis, Margaret Ménégoz, Bettina Reitz, Bettina Ricklefs, Uwe Schott / Cinematography by – Darius Khondji / Editing by – Nadine Muse, Monika Willi / Production Design by – Jean-Vincent Puzos / Starring – Jean-Louis Trintignant, Emmanuelle Riva, Isabelle Huppert / Running time: 127 mins.

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"Funny games" и играта между режисьора и зрителя

Филмът „Funny games”е заснет от режисьора Майкъл Ханеке през 1997 година с германски актьори. След това той прави римейк на филма в американска версия през 2007 година. 32 more words

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La Pianiste / The Piano Teacher (2001)

In a French-speaking film by Austrian director Michael Haneke, Isabelle Huppert plays a lonely conservatory teacher who embarks on a passionate affair with her young student. 12 more words

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The Piano Teacher

Michael Haneke’s Hidden was one of those strange unsettling films with one truly shocking scene that lingers in your mind for a very long time, so I was curious to see more of his stuff. 414 more words

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Caché (2005)

France 118m, Colour
Director: Michael Haneke; Cast: Juliette Binoche, Daniel Auteuil, Maurice Bénichou, Lester Makedonsky

Caché is an intriguing psychological thriller about a couple who are terrorized by an unknown voyeur who sends them surveillance tapes which hint at the husband’s guilt-ridden childhood memory of an adopted Algerian boy. 30 more words

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Michael Haneke & Sony Classics Back In Business With 'Happy End'

Sony Pictures Classics has acquired North American and Latin American rights to writer-director Michael Haneke’s new film Happy End, which features his Amour stars Isabelle Huppert and Jean-Louis Trintignant along with Mathieu Kassovitz and Toby Jones. 110 more words

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Film review: Amour (2012)

There is nothing sadder that the thought of how inevitable growing old is. It is not the idea of having wrinkles and grey hair that is scary though, but the fact that we would start to feel redundant in this world of transience. 386 more words

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