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“Haneke’s magisterial control of tone, actor and shot is not to be underestimated: there are scenes of quiet, nuanced authority and menace here that, true to form, compel our attention with their glacial brilliance… For once, Haneke’s famous narrative reticence feels frustrating rather than rewarding.” – 187 more words
Teaming for the fourth time, Oscar nominee Isabelle Huppert and Oscar winner Michael Haneke are back at the Cannes Film Festival where it all started. That was back in 2001 with… 399 more words
Isabelle Huppert Sings "Happy Birthday" to Cannes. It Is Serious, Funny, Operatic, Joyous, and Mournful.
At Cannes yesterday evening, Isabelle Huppert played co-host for the festival’s 70th anniversary celebration, and sang “Happy Birthday” to…Cannes. The moment was captured by a few people on social media, and while it’s brief, it also feels like something of a portrait of Huppert at her Huppert-iest. 321 more words
Starring:- Daniel Auteuil, Juliette Binoche, Maurice Benichou, Lester Makedonsky, Walid Afkir, Annie Giradot, Daniel Duval, Bernard Le Coq.
Directed by:- Michael Haneke.
Imagine yourself sitting alone in an empty train compartment, staring straight ahead. 1,287 more words