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52nd Chicago International Film Festival Screening #6: "The Confessions" (Italy)

« The Confessions » (Italy)
Directed by Roberto Ando

Rarely has a movie of such big ideas  been told in such a small way. This brilliant and sumptuously shot dark-comedy, tackles no less of an issue than worldwide income inequality and G8-induced austerity measures. 337 mots de plus

Film Review

Caché (2005)

Caché is a film about an upper-class Parisian family whose lives change dramatically when they start receiving a series of mysterious tapes at their front door. 1 068 mots de plus


Caché - the hidden truths that destroy lives

Caché (Hidden) directed by Michael Haneke (France, 2005)

On 17th October 1961, the French National Police, following orders  from the head of the Parisian police force, Maurice Papon,  attacked a peaceful demonstration of around 30,000 pro-National Liberation Front (FLN) Algerians. 514 mots de plus


Movies My Parents Wanted Me To See: Cache

Cache” was written and directed by Michael Haneke who made “Funny Games” (both the original and the remake), “The White Ribbon” and “Amour.” My parents gave me the DVD to this film as a Christmas present, and I went ahead and watched it before going out to see the “Funny Games” remake in theaters. 902 mots de plus

Caché (2005)

Written and directed by Michael Haneke
(number 390)

I like French films, pretentious boring French films!

Again, I went in knowing nothing about the film, I watched it with Jarrod who also had no idea. 623 mots de plus


A Digital Masterwork: Michael Haneke's Caché (2005)

Caché is one of those movies that winds you so tightly after one watch that a second viewing is sure to be less satisfying. I finally plucked up the courage to give it another spin and while the experience is a different one with all the mystery dispelled, the film is no less impressive. 554 mots de plus