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Queen of French Cinema at the Premiere for her Latest Masterpiece




Michael Haneke's Amour Photocall




Isabelle Huppert




with Jean-Louis Trintignant


Jean-Louis Trintignant and Emmanuelle Riva




Amour Red Carpet Premiere





Isabelle Huppert with Michael Haneke and Jean-Louis Trintignant








Erin Wasson


Cheryl Cole




Gael Garcia Bernal





Ewan McGregor






Diane Kruger




No Surprise- It's Briliant:





Highlights from the Hollywood Reporter's Review:
Magnificent in its simplicity and its relentless honesty about old age, illness and dying, Michael Haneke’s Love (Amour) is a deliberately torturous watch, one that is going to weed the master’s fan club of the lightweights who went along for the ride with the morbid mental puzzle-solving of Hidden and Palm d’Or winner The White Ribbon.

No riddles to figure out here in a script that is utterly linear and unfrilly, but at the same time executed with such clarity that there is never a false step or superfluous scene. Career-high performances from Jean-Louis Trintignant and Emmanuelle Riva as a genteel Parisian couple in their eighties illuminate the difficult, oft-treated subject matter, but however upscale the trappings it’s hard to imagine this downbeat study can reach the same audiences as Haneke’s recent work.

Highlights from the Playlist's Review:
Although not exactly heartwarming, "Amour" has a more contained vision of human relationships than Haneke's previous films without sacrificing its bleak foundation. It's his most conventional movie about death, and the most poignant... A far cry from the dreary black-and-white photography of "The White Ribbon" or the meta narrative in "Caché," Haneke's new movie displays extreme restraint: There's no soundtrack, a generally static camera, and the action exclusively takes place within the confines the apartment (with the exception of a fleeting early shot). Haneke's sterile reality develops a haunting tone that imbues the characters' crushing fear of their diminished mortality with palpable dread.

Early Reviews for Hong Sangsoo's In Another Country:





Ion Cinema's Critics' Panel:

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