Blog Posts - Michael Haneke



NEW IMAGE COMPARISONS...

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by PINNLAND EMPIRE on Aug 26, 2016

NEW IMAGE COMPARISONS

THE 7TH CONTINENT / WE NEED TO TALK ABOUT KEVINTAXI DRIVER / SONATINETHE MAN WHO FELL TO EARTH / SLACKER...
by PINNLAND EMPIRE on Jul 25, 2016

Movie Review – Everything Will Be Okay (Alles wird gut, 2015)

Everything Will Be Okay (Alles wird gut, 2015) Directed by Patrick Vollrath. Starring Simon Schwartz and Julia Pointner. SYNOPSIS: A divorced father picks up his eight-year-old daughter Lea. It seems pretty much like every second weekend, but after...
by Flickering Myth Movie Blog on Nov 27, 2015

The best French movies of the 2000s

This ranking presents the best French movies produced in the 2000s. In the first position we have The Diving Bell and the Butterfly, a beautiful and touching movie about a journalist that has a stroke and can only communicate blinking an eye. The fi...
by Mrankings on Dec 2, 2014

The best horror movies of the 1990s

This movie ranking presents the best horror movies of the 1990s. This is not the best decade for horror fans, but there is some good titles. It particularly shows how Japanese film makers are particularly good in making people scared. In the first pl...
by Mrankings on Nov 28, 2014

Code Unknown: Incomplete Tales of Several Journeys (2000) Trailer

Code inconnu: Récit incomplet de divers voyages...
by Film trailers World on Jun 5, 2014

Special Weekend View : Funny Games (1997)

Last year, after posting my blog’s 2nd anniversary post, I had a thought to invite bunch of people to watch movies in order to celebrate the blog’s 3rd birthday. What better way to celebrate it with people who love movies? … Continu...
by Inspired Ground on Apr 8, 2013

Oscars 2013 – Amour

Along with Beasts of the Southern Wild, Amour ranks as one of two suprise packages in this years Best Picture nominees after bring universally praised. Like the winner of last years award, The Artist, Amour is a French production but, unlike The Art...
by That Film Blog on Feb 24, 2013

OSCAR SPIRIT: Faith, Morals and the 2013 Best Picture Nominees

The fragility of life. The servanthood of love. The (im)morality of war. The fundamentals of mercy and justice. The power of grace and forgiveness. The oneness of creation. The personal (and spiritual) toll of climate change. The nature of God and fa...
by The Dude Abides on Feb 23, 2013

THE CINEMA OF MICHAEL HANEKE PART TWO: RACISM & RACIAL TENSION (CODE UNKNOWN & CACHE)

Code UnknownSince the beginning of Haneke's career he’s hinted at issues like white privilege & the theory of white guilt. The families in all his early films (Seventh Continent, Benny's Video & Funny Games) were upper class white people wh...
by PINNLAND EMPIRE on Feb 1, 2013

Oscar Nominations 2013

  This year the Oscars will be hosted by Seth MacFarlane and actress Emma Stone, which will be held on Thursday at the Samuel Goldwyn Theater in Beverly Hills, Calif. The winners will be announced on February 24th at the Dolby Theatre. If can watch...
by GIZMORATI on Jan 10, 2013

THE CINEMA OF DETACHED & DESENSITIZED YOUTH IN MODERN CINEMA

Afterschool (2008)Prejudge independent & art house cinema all you want (its slow, it’s pretentious, it doesn’t make any sense) but filmmakers within that scene have been exploring violence, detachment & desensitization among youth (a prob...
by PINNLAND EMPIRE on Dec 28, 2012

“Blancanieves” no estará en los premios Óscar

na noticia que realmente impacto al cine español, es el tal éxito rotundo que había obtenido la película “Blancanieves”, del director español Pablo Berger, ya que ésta obtuvo mucho popularidad por el gran ingenio del cineasta a la h...
by Cine Adicto on Dec 25, 2012

“Blancanieves” no estará en los premios Óscar

na noticia que realmente impacto al cine español, es el tal éxito rotundo que había obtenido la película “Blancanieves”, del director español Pablo Berger, ya que ésta obtuvo mucho popularidad por el gran ingenio del cineasta a la h...
by Cine Adicto on Dec 25, 2012

Amour (2012)

“I remembered as a child listening to you two making love. I felt you loved each other and we’d always be together.”   My sister and I agreed, and how we wish that when we reach our elder age, we … Continue reading →...
by Inspired Ground on Nov 30, 2012

The Piano Teacher DVD

Stars: Isabelle Huppert, Annie Girardot and Benoît Magimel Director: Michael HanekeWriters: Michael Haneke, Elfriede Jelinek A young man romantically pursues his masochistic piano teacher. screen1screen2screen3screen4scree...
by Filimia on Aug 8, 2012

Amour (Love) Official Trailer #1 (2012) – Michael Haneke Palm d’Or Winner HD

Subscribe to TRAILERS: http://bit.ly/sxaw6h Subscribe to COMING SOON: http://bit.ly/H2vZUn Amour (Love) Official Trailer #1 (2012) – Michael Haneke Palm d’Or Winner HD Georges and Anne are in their eighties. They are cultivated, retired m...
by RazMovies on May 30, 2012

Haneke'nin Yeni Filmi Amour'un Fragmanı Yayınlandı

Cannes Film Festivali’nin gediklilerinden Michael Haneke'nin bu yılki yarışmada en çok merak edilen filmler arasında gösterilen son filmi Amour'un ilk fragmanı yayınlandı. Haneke, mutlu bir yaşam süren emekli müzik öğretmenleri Georg...
by avrupasinemasi on May 14, 2012

WILL THESE MOVIES EVER SEE THE LIGHT OF DAY?: 10 RARITIES THAT NEED TO BE RELEASED ON DVD

'Joe's Bedstuy Barbershop: We Cut Heads' (Spike Lee)Most of us are aware of popular cult films like Donnie Darko & Christmas On Mars or the DVD release of Alejnadro Jodorowsky's work that took forever to come out due to legal issues, being shelve...
by PINNLAND EMPIRE on Mar 5, 2012

THE SEVENTH CONTINENT: QUITE POSSIBLY THE MOST DEPRESSING MASTERPIECE EVER MADE

If you're someone (especially a hardcore cinephile) who "feels" easily, gets effected easily or is sensitive and you haven't seen Michael Haneke's theatrical debut; 'The Seventh Continent' yet, I would approach with caution. I mean just for...
by PINNLAND EMPIRE on Mar 2, 2012


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