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Cinema program "Happy End" in Wrocław
Original title: Happy End
Runtime: 107 min.
Production: Francja/Austria/Niemcy , 2017
Release Date: 16 March 2018
Distribution: Gutek Film
Directed by: Michael Haneke
Cast: Isabelle Huppert, Jean-Louis Trintignant, Mathieu Kassovitz
The latest film by Michael Hanek with Isabelle Huppert, Jean-Louise Trintignant and Mathieu Kassovitz in the main roles. A few days from the life of a wealthy bourgeois family. Days during which long-hidden secrets will come to light. A few days that will end with ... happy ending?
One of the most intriguing films by the creator - shocking and surprisingly fun - is hidden under the most ironic title of Hanek. Michael Haneke takes under the microscope the deepest hidden emotions and how the Internet, which we use to communicate with the world, imperceptibly changes our intimate life and relationships with loved ones.
On the one hand, "Happy End" is a collection of iconic motifs appearing in Haneke's films (intergenerational conflict, dysfunctional family, violence, power of technology). On the other hand - diagnosis of the state of society. "Happy End" is an outstanding cinema, which consists of both the directing of one of the greatest masters, like the stars of the French cinema: Isabelle Huppert ("Elle", "The Pianist"), Matthieu Kassovitz ("Amelia") and Jean-Louis Trintignant ( "Love").
"Happy End" is a brilliant and merciless movie. Haneke often flirts with horror and thriller and "Happy End" is no exception. Close to him to the genre cinema - this genre Haneke created himself. His masterful compositional talent can not be mistaken for any other. The Guardian
Infernally intelligent, dark and reflective about life, death and family. Haneke in the best form. Globe and Mail
Snapchat with Michael Hanece is really frightening ... "Happy End" in an original - and effective - way shows how phones and laptops affect our lives and the way we communicate. NY Times
Provocation worthy of Luis Buñuel. The spiritual successor of the "Discreet charm of the bourgeoisie." World on Reel
The theme of the movie is part of the hitherto achievements of Hanek, but it is surprisingly fresh. It's the result of using black humor and sensitivity from a thriller. Sight and Sound
Movie trailer: Happy End