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Masters

Happy End Happy End

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Masters | Masters | Michael HANEKE | France, Germany, Austria | 2017 | 107min | DCP | color | Fiction
Director Michael HANEKE Screenplay Michael HANEKE Producer Margaret MENEGOZ Cinematography Christian BERGER Art Director Anthony NEALE Editor Monika WILLI Sound Guillaume SCIAMA Music Guillaume SCIAMA Cast Isabelle HUPPERT, Jean-Louis TRINTIGNANT, Mathieu KASSOVITZ, Fantine HARDUIN, Franz ROGOWSKI, Laura VERLINDEN

Program Schedule

Code Date Time Theater Info Ticket
455 2018. 05. 07 19:30 MEGABOX Jeonju(Gaeksa) 5
HEK15
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635 2018. 05. 09 17:30 MEGABOX Jeonju(Gaeksa) 6
HEK15
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918 2018. 05. 12 13:30 MEGABOX Jeonju(Gaeksa) 6
HEK15
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  • Review

    A middle-class family in Calais encounters a series of setbacks. Georges lost his wife a few years ago. He lives with his daughter, a real estate agent, Thomas, a twice-married doctor, and Eve, his 2-year-old granddaughter. But they only communicate on social media. When an accident at the construction site causes conflict between the family and the workers, each of them is troubled as to how to respond. At first glance, the film seems to take a different tone from Michael Haneke’s previous works, but a consideration of works like [#i_]Benny´s Video[_i#](1992) makes clear that he’s been consistently interested in contemporary life. [#i_]Happy End [_i#]shows characteristics from his early works, and the superb cast pushes the irony to extremes. The characters’ nervous responses seem to create an allegory of the modern society. [LEE Sang-yong]

Director

Michael HANEKE

Born in 1942, Munich, Germany. Studying at the University of Vienna, he graduated in philosophy, psychology and theatre?academic interests which have defined much of his directorial career. Most of his features, including the bleak violence of Benny´s Video(1992), Funny Games(1997) and Cache/Hidden(2005) have screened at IFFR. He won a Golden Palm at the Cannes Film Festival for both his films The White Ribbon(2009) and Amour(2012).