Category Archives: Haneke

The paintings in ‘Amour’ (2012)

Amour is Haneke’s warmest film. Take that with as much irony as you find in it, but it seems to me a significant departure for a director whose work was hitherto primarily concerned with social dysfunction. Das weiße Band (2009) … Continue reading

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