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The White Ribbon

The White Ribbon

2009
Drama
Crime
2h 24m
Strange events happen at a rural school in the north of Germany during the year 1913, which seem to be ritual punishment.
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The White Ribbon

2009
Drama
Crime
2h 24m
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Avg Percentile 71.61% from 3016 total ratings

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Rated 11 Oct 2009
90
96th
This film isn't answering questions, it's asking them. The life, and especially the handling and punishment of children in a small community in a village in north germany stands for what is happening the next decades in germany. And thanks to a great director and an extraordinary cast it does it in a very impressive way.
Rated 08 Feb 2010
85
94th
Fascinating arthouse-whodunit. Like in 'Gosford Park', the mystery gives way to social commentary. It's not really about the culprit(s); rather, the heinous acts themselves and understanding the environment they take place in are the real concerns. Haneke's best film (coldness meets raw emotion, recalling Bergman stylistically), it deals with authority abuse, of both the upper-class and patriarchal kind, and asks: what morals are the children invested with in this sort of world?
Rated 04 Aug 2009
35
19th
Authorities (paternal and otherwise) that are repressive (sexually and otherwise) will engender reactive violence in others. That is the utterly conventional message of this tedious movie. As with FUNNY GAMES, an elaborate apparatus is created to deliver a very small (and possibly not very genuine) lesson, but at least the earlier film was a genuinely tense experience. It has even caused me to pay more attention to the creeping doubts I had about CACHÉ for similar reasons.
Rated 19 Mar 2010
2
21st
The film is too long, full of tedious and boring characters. Haneke also seems to have no intention of entertaining the audience and the film gives you no pay off. Learn how to end a movie you douche bag. The "message" was trite and unbelievably stupid. Also, the entire child abuse is bad and something you shouldn't do is obvious to anyone who has ever been alive before. This has been common knowledge for literally DECADES. But thanks for the insight, I guess you are an intellectual? rofl
Rated 21 Oct 2009
8
78th
A compelling mystery that dissolves into a fresh take on the human condition. With so many unanswered questions, I awaited a shocking finale, which was satisfying if a bit underwhelming. However, it abounds with breathtaking camera work (reminiscent of Bergman) and flawless acting (worthy of its Palme D'or distinction) that has filled me with renewed appreciation for this fairly muddled medium.
Rated 16 Nov 2009
92
97th
Beautiful cinematography, great acting, and a haunting storyline make this the best film of 2009, so far. Reminded me slightly of the great Bergman films like Winter Light or Through a Glass Darkly.
Rated 17 Dec 2009
95
97th
The most memorable cinema experience for me in 2009. A film packed with so many gems both considering characters, scenes and imagery, that I'm hardly able to fully cope with it. In lack of better words or abilities to describe it, this is a truly haunting movie experience dealing with everything from the origin of terror to the first sparkle of love.
Rated 08 Sep 2018
90
99th
2018'de olgunlaştım. Bu yıl her filmi özenle izledim, özenle puanladım. Şunu kendi kafamda kesinleştirdim ki sinema bazen kişisel değildir. Das weisse band, sinema tarihinin nirvanasıdır. Eğer gerçekten bu filme 80 altında puan veren varsa sanat, sinema konuşmak boşadır.
Rated 14 Sep 2010
3
27th
A grueling task to watch. Its message is dated and I also must be a cynic as I didn't feel any emotion towards the characters. Had some nice shots to its credit.
Rated 08 Dec 2010
90
93rd
*Possible spoilers* The film that the 'Third Wave' experiment deserved. One could suspect Haneke of hating his own audience, seeing as he's so fond of uncomfortable scenes, and so unwilling to bring any sort of closure to his films. It works wonders here. This whodunnit echoes modernist masterpieces such as 'Blowup', with a touch of 'Children of the Corn'. The switch from detective story to an account of the rise of Nazi Germany is gruesomely effective, as one realizes that 'No one' did it.
Rated 07 Mar 2010
90
95th
Some critics compared this movie to Ingmar Bergman's movies. And I have to admit this comparison is justified. The calm storytelling style and the unexcited camera work could for sure be described as bergmanesk. Moreover, Haneke deals with a whole bunch of topics that could also be found in a lot of Bergman movies. Since this isn't the worst reference, this movie comes along pretty impressive. 07-03-2010
Rated 05 Mar 2010
5
91st
Michael Haneke, master of the slow burn, and this might be his best yet - a very bleak, somber film about the human inclination to violence and cruelty. Haneke always operates in shades of gray (and appropriately the film is shot in gorgeous low-contrast black-and-white), and leaves you with many more questions than answers - the film is uncompromisingly ambiguous, and the tension and unsettling mood really stick with you after the movie has finished.
Rated 16 Oct 2009
90
79th
Haneke geht wie von ihm gewohnt routiniert vor, und überzeugt damit auf ganzer Linie. Angefangen bei der hervorragenden Darstelleriege bis hin zu perfekt ausgeleuchteten Szenen macht er einmal mehr klar, wieviel Talent in ihm steckt und ist somit zurecht heißer Anwärter auf den Auslands Oscar.
Rated 08 Mar 2010
70
60th
Despite its length, this film is never dull. The pace is pretty steady throughout, but the great acting and directing helps quell any issues with pace. I was left a little disappointed with the ending though, I feel that the movie would have been a lot better if all the issues had been tied up.
Rated 03 Mar 2010
80
78th
This eery German film is a thoroughly engrossing and mostly haunting look at how evil is bred often at the most unlikely places. The unanswered questions only add to the mysterious and ominous mood that pervades the film. I must admit, though, that I was a bit underwhelmed by the abrupt conclusion which, to me, was a step back to the otherwise effective narrative. But the outstanding cinematography alone should be reason enough to go see this gem.
Rated 05 Oct 2010
45
13th
It's been a while since I fell asleep in a movie. All the bits that moved the story forward could have been told in 30 minutes instead of the 150 or so that is this sleeping pill. I felt like I was sitting in a museum documentary at times...
Rated 17 Nov 2009
87
84th
Very, very possibly Haneke's best. Absolutely amazing in every way. Anyone who doesn't get to see this in a cinema is definitely missing out, as it has some of the most fantastic cinematography I've ever seen, and I feel like the amazing detail in shots, as well as the sublime, beautiful, perfect use of natural lighting, wouldn't be shown outside of the silver screen. Best film of the year so far.
Rated 06 Sep 2010
92
95th
Watching these people I could not fathom that they were actors. The scenes are very real and engrossing, the cinematography startlingly beautiful and the story both delicate and powerful. A slice from a world we have left behind, but are still drawn to.
Rated 16 Mar 2010
0
2nd
Crap. It took the director 144 mins' to tell a story that could very well have been told in 75. A story where not much happens in the first 80 min and you'll probably be too sleepy by then to notice the subtle plot developments leading to a dull and tepid climax. The only unsettling thing about this snorefest is the director's uncanny ability to induce sleep through sheer repetitive black n white tedium. Origins of Nazism my ass. Not recommended.
Rated 26 Dec 2009
100
96th
This is probably my favourite film of the year. It's impeccably made, in every regard.
Rated 05 Dec 2009
89
94th
"Why we all became nazi's", by Michael Haneke. While it is undeniably very, very good, at times it felt a bit aimless. I know this is a trademark of Haneke, but I was still a little bored occasionally. The stark black and white works wonders for underlining the central point of the film
Rated 19 Mar 2010
63
61st
Austere, haunting, occasionally chilling work whose dominant theme -- the violent repercussions of repression -- is unfortunately slight.
Rated 09 Feb 2010
85
84th
Haneke once again explores the darkest sides of humanity. The film is a bleak meditation on cruelty and innocence. Powerful, unsettling stuff. The black and white cinematography is not only striking (somewhat reminiscent of Bela Tarr, I thought) but suits the period, just at the dawn of World War I... which adds a whole other dimension to the proceedings. I found it to be one of Haneke's most compelling films, maybe his best since Funny Games. Very good performances all around, too.
Rated 04 Nov 2009
87
92nd
I was thoroughly impressed by this film by Michael Haneke portraying a small community in northern Germany just before WWI, containing stunning black-and-white cinematography, faultless acting and a fitting voice-over. Das Weiße Band pulled me in from start to finish with great directing and a story that may not seem all that special, but kept me intrigued all the way. The ending may be a bit underwhelming, but it left me wondering in a satisfying way.
Rated 02 Mar 2010
98
95th
Perfectly captures that uniquely german way of relating to authority, in turns fearful, rebellious and fetichistic. Although containing elements of political and religious allegory, it should be noted that it is first and foremost a riveting drama and a nearly unbearably tense thriller. The performances are the best of any german language film in recent memory, and handling of the language itself and its' nuances, unequalled. The cinematography is fucking unreal. Without a doubt Hanekes' best.
Rated 26 Aug 2010
99
96th
Breathtakingly beautiful while dealing with immersive evil
Rated 27 Jun 2011
90
97th
Sprawling, brilliant and provocative, "Das weiße Band" is a dialogue-driven, multilayered drama, although often suspenseful enough to be described as a thriller. The Austrian helmer skillfully handles the numerous, interwinding storylines that lead to a disturbing conclusion as explicit as it is ambiguous. Through patiently observing the life of the dwellers in a small German village, Haneke makes a raw and fascinating comment on pre-fascism Germany as well as the roots of violence.
Rated 24 Jan 2010
90
77th
Exquisitely shot in black and white, and VERY psychologically unsettling... If you like films that don't force-feed you all the answers, you'll love this one...
Rated 17 Nov 2009
86
96th
Interesting movie with a slow pace and a pretty open ending (probably my least favorite part of this movie). Great atmosphere. Very good cinematography and actors.
Rated 06 Oct 2010
86
86th
Beautifully shot, it is the haunting ambiguity of this that will either infuriate or be it's main selling point. Superb acting, especially from the kids.
Rated 11 Jan 2010
80
81st
The cinematography is amazing, the acting superb and the story intriguing but I thought it was just a bit too long and a tad overrated.
Rated 27 Nov 2010
91
91st
Yes, "violence begets violence" is a simple theme. Haneke fills the frame with it, though, bringing the inherent complexity of such "simple" terms into view. Here he methodically (though never coldly) highlights the endless ways in which forms of violence are woven into the social fabric, creating cascading new patterns that simultaneously obscure their origins. Haneke's mastery of the camera is on full display, Berger does Nykvist proud, and the performances are impressive all around.
Rated 19 Jul 2010
40
15th
Ersatz Bergman with all the good bits left out.
Rated 04 Mar 2010
93
98th
Beautifully shot, acted and right way cryptic mystery of distracted childhood at the foot of the WWI. Story goes deep into guts and the mystery haunts you long after the end of the film. Who did not have the white ribbon one's arm?
Rated 30 Dec 2011
90
93rd
"Ein wenig Selbsthass macht nichts."
Rated 07 Mar 2010
57
28th
I'm really starting to detest Haneke. He has no desire to entertain his audience in the least. The ultra-sluggish pacing and lack of events overshadow the beautiful cinematography and good acting performances.
Rated 06 Jul 2010
98
91st
Unforgettable and stunning in gut-wrenching realism and cinematography, this film is Haneke's masterpiece. The Yank action enthusiasts will be disappointed to find out this isn't a whodunit story. The intellectual group will be disappointed to discover this isn't a historic account of the nationalist movement within the bowels of Germany. This is a story about the decline and fall of human nature.
Rated 05 Sep 2010
55
24th
Well made, in a fairly conventional Euro arthouse manner. But despite a few good scenes it didn't really amount to much other than a pile of bleakness and unpleasantness, and it beats me what Haneke thought he was saying about the rise of fascism in Germany. Don't abuse your kids or they might become Nazis?
Rated 09 Jun 2010
30
2nd
boring as hell
Rated 15 Jul 2017
58
42nd
(Viewed on 16/07/12): T.W.W is a respectably made but wildly overpraised film that seems prepackaged to elicit a predicably pavlovian response from critics.The cinematography recalls many of the old greats of Euro cinema but doesn't really measure up in terms of its emotional or intellectual impact. As some kind of social statement about the evils lurking beneath the surface of civility, it is partially successful, but Haneke fails when trying to connect these observations to the rise of Nazism.
Rated 16 Aug 2014
85
63rd
It's so easy to give Haneke shit for being so singleminded, so easy in fact that people tend to skip over the fact that his films are really good. His favorite target, the self-satisfied middle class/bourgeoisie, gets killed in the crib in this one.
Rated 06 Feb 2010
95
97th
Masterpiece, absolution. For some years, and especially after reading somewhere that he was going to make a remake his OWN Funny Games, me and Haneke the Cannibal were not really on friendly terms, but this is just too perfect to say otherwise.
Rated 04 Jan 2010
30
20th
Dull, unpleasant, little evident point. IOW, a typical Haneke film. I can see the Nazism allegory and the resemblances to Bergman. I just don't care
Rated 30 Nov 2010
96
96th
very nice!!!
Rated 12 May 2010
92
88th
Spectacularly shot with a very Bergmanesque type of feel. Solid, mature work by Haneke.
Rated 23 Nov 2009
85
93rd
Impeccably acted, shot and edited, with that now-trademark Haneke sense of ominous dread. There is every chance this will end up being the best film of the year (ed: and with 2009 over with, it is).
Rated 23 Jan 2010
66
39th
Visually it's beautiful - it's good to see some good b&w cinematography these days. And some good characters too, but I found the story to be disappointing.
Rated 21 Feb 2010
44
19th
A brutal and deep journey about evil and punishment, in a feature where Haneke clearly was inspired by Bergman's filmmaking. It's a beautiful drama, but not as disturbing as it should be.
Rated 10 Sep 2010
97
84th
A haunting, occasionally excruciating, but enlightening film.
Rated 21 Mar 2013
85
90th
Fascinating exploration of human nature, inherited cruelty, the loss of innocence (if they had it to lose in the first place) and collective responsibility. Doesn't suffer from a few loose plot-strands and a rather abrupt ending, but leaves you with questions that linger long after the credits roll. Also helped by stunning cinematography.
Rated 17 Sep 2010
90
97th
I have the feeling that "The White Ribbon" is a love it or hate it experience. I firmly fell on the side of 'love it'! There is no doubt watching this film is a commitment, & a grueling one at that! It will either grab you within the first 10 minutes, or you will spend 2 & a bit hours desperate for it to end. Understated but disturbing this is a beautiful, haunting, brilliantly performed movie. Its open-endedness will leave some feeling robbed & others just with intriguing questions.
Rated 23 Jan 2010
50
15th
zzzzzz
Rated 20 Apr 2010
78
69th
great cinematographic, great acting, slow and intense. Like it. but you have to be in the mood for this. And the ending is a bit to open for me.
Rated 22 Aug 2010
100
92nd
Absolutely handsdown the best Michael Haneke movie. Powerful performances and an equally fascinating story made this an amazing film. Please don't miss this--haunting, with a brilliant ending. VERY highly recommended!
Rated 02 Oct 2009
71
60th
Haneke attempts to do Bergman and along the way manages to completely over-complicate things and bore me half to death. At least it looked fantastic!
Rated 02 Jan 2010
5
69th
Shows Haneke's growth as a director but not as a writer. It's beautiful, but its themes are simplistic and conveyed in as heavy-handed a manner as they were in Funny Games. He needs to find a subtler touch to match his appropriately haunting aesthetic. To me, it's a lesser version of Le Corbeau, which explored similar themes with actual depth and more than just an austere mood.
Rated 11 Jun 2020
95
98th
A deeply immersive historical film that openly frames itself as a distant recollection of an unsolved mystery. In this sense this may be Haneke's boldest manipulation. Works to expose the inherent biases in period-piece cinema, but also affords Haneke complete freedom to sensationalize and brutalize the encounters that happened behind closed doors. This paints a vivid portrait of how any ideology taken to its extreme will inevitably result in perversion and radicalism of its future generations.
Rated 19 Apr 2010
100
97th
Haneke studies humanity through a community that faces (what seem as) random acts of violence in Germany before the first World War. With a slow pace and clinical editing, Haneke has created a brooding piece of cinema that covers so many elements within the 2,5h duration that one craves for a second viewing. What is now exceptional is that amongst the sombre themes and events lies a love story that maintains its purity throughout the film, thus making the viewing experience a bit more tolerable.
Rated 26 Aug 2010
35
31st
Haneke at his most austere (which by his standards is saying quite a lot). Atmospheric but rather bloodless, and as is often the case with Haneke the subtext is a bit overwrought (yes, we get it, the kids grow up to be Nazis). Feels a bit like his homage to Bergman and/or Dreyer, which for me doesn't help matters either. Beautifully shot, though.
Rated 04 Jan 2010
85
58th
Atmospheric, beautifully shot and well-played movie that gave me a glimpse into a world so repressed and controlled I am still unable to believe it can have been that bad. But it probably was...
Rated 18 Feb 2010
90
91st
Damn, immense.
Rated 18 Dec 2009
80
80th
It's hard to review this without giving too much away. It raises important question about the actions of authority within one community. The mystery is certainly fascinating but the actions of the adults make this a great film. Haneke leaves much to the viewer which strengthens the overall theme. I don't think it left me feeling as uneasy as some others but it's still a unique film and one of the best of 2009.
Rated 17 Nov 2009
85
71st
Like all Haneke, this is a slow-paced, beautifully composed piece that will leave the viewer with more questions then answers. However, Ribbon seems much more character driven (rather then idea driven, which I think a lot of his other films are), giving it, as other reviewers have noted, a decidedly Bergman feel.
Rated 02 Jun 2010
10
99th
Dark and disturbing but still subtle and restrained. The performances were outstanding, even the child actors were great.
Rated 26 Nov 2010
80
84th
I was creeped out by how un-creepy it was.
Rated 26 Oct 2012
80
90th
It was very good. Good performances from all the cast. Really nice black and white cinematography. I can see the lack of major resolution at the end being frustrating to people, but I quite liked that.
Rated 22 Sep 2010
2
45th
It lefts a nice, deep riddle for the audience to ponder about a long time.
Rated 06 Sep 2020
35
12th
It's a children's tale alright. Put me right to sleep.
Rated 22 Oct 2009
82
68th
It is not so good as other Haneke's efforts. The reason is, I believe, the failure to create the same impact through shocking events. Also, there's a lot of religious symbolisms, specially in the key scenes. But it isn't a bad movie, not at all. It has a wonderful black and white cinematography, and beautiful landscapes between some dialogues.
Rated 23 Feb 2013
85
98th
Beautiful cinematography, strong and affecting camera work and directing, and spot-on use of black and white - nothing less than a visual masterpiece. Some very disturbing scenes and a few thrilling ones. At points it failed to connect emotionally with me though.
Rated 04 Feb 2011
82
89th
Awesome. Though it was long, it didn't feel that way. One of the most memorable films I've ever saw.
Rated 23 Sep 2018
80
87th
The movie is a bit repetitive in showing authority scenes and doesn't seem to want to go very deep into them, but the scenes are great and without exception beautifully shot.
Rated 23 Dec 2009
84
95th
I feel the ending was a bit of a cop-out, but still a fine film.
Rated 06 Feb 2011
70
60th
Filmed in black and white this film gives you the feeling that bad things are going to happen right from the start....and they do. Dark and sinister it puts you on edge and keeps you there wondering what is next. An excellent film if you're in the right mood for it.
Rated 01 Oct 2010
87
47th
great
Rated 09 Dec 2011
76
63rd
Masterfully constructed, the cinematography immerses you in the world of the village and the actors truly embody their roles. The theme is great - a theme doesn't have to be complex - but it's not presented strongly enough. Too much telling, not enough showing (the narration, etc.) Would work significantly better with an hour trimmed from the running time, although it's still quite pleasant in its current form.
Rated 29 Aug 2010
92
94th
Similarly frustratingly ambiguous as Haneke's previous Cache, but less specific and more satisfying. This is a gorgeously and hauntingly shot prologue to World War I and II, which pits children as the ultimate victims, but perhaps also as the perpetrators. So cruel and mean, it's funny.
Rated 19 Mar 2011
89
92nd
Wonderful mystery where the search and implications are much more important than any solution. There's a lot of examinations of behavioural influences and generational relationships, done in a way that's intriguing and doesn't feel as didactic, quite a feat for Haneke. And it's well shot too, so it's a pleasure to watch and to ponder about for days.
Rated 15 May 2013
88
88th
I really liked it, not only because of the familiar german landscapes. I also wish my grandfather could watch it, he would love the old Sütterlin script.
Rated 15 May 2014
85
59th
Has a lot of interesting thematic ideas, and Haneke does a great job of fitting his austere and minimalist filmmaking into an Ingmar Bergman style, but I feel like it's too long (most of Bergman's philosophical exercises rarely broke 100 minutes, and there's a reason for that) and all of the ambiguity doesn't work in Haneke's favor the way it does in, say, Cache.
Rated 11 Nov 2012
75
27th
Good movie, but one can get disappointed by it being a Haneke movie and lacking some of his devices.
Rated 07 Nov 2019
78
81st
Capricórnio
Rated 26 Feb 2012
61
61st
Disturbing.
Rated 17 Sep 2012
40
17th
has no end of the story... director leave it to us.. did not like...
Rated 18 Jan 2013
90
90th
Oppression causes reaction. A simple idea, but Haneke renders it in the structure of the film in a way that is both complex and powerful finding the oppression throughout the village and showing that it is something deeply ingrained into this society. The film looks incredibly beautiful, and though it is a huge change from Haneke's earlier work (trading in visceral impact for a more overtly subtle, refined approach) it is still excellent in every way.
Rated 04 Nov 2017
86
35th
Just kind of boring for me.
Rated 22 Jun 2020
40
13th
Takes a loooong time to set everything up. It's all falling into place, you're finally invested in characters and the story, but then it just... ends. With nothing. No answers. No resolution. Really could have been something but instead leaves you feeling cheated and tricked that you just wasted all that time watching something that led nowhere. 100/100 for the acting but that's about it.
Rated 22 Feb 2010
75
21st
While the movie was artistic and well-acted; it was too disturbing for me to enjoy.
Rated 09 Feb 2011
85
32nd
Gorgeous cinematography. Long disturbing drama. One tender love beautifully captured and numerous brutal & shocking abuses.
Rated 24 Mar 2010
85
30th
Haneke once again proves that he's the master of unsettling/shocking theatre, through the backdrop of a pre WW1 village (ooh, symbolism!)
Rated 18 Dec 2009
91
96th
I was thoroughly impressed by this film by Michael Haneke portraying a small community in northern Germany just before WWI, containing stunning black-and-white cinematography, faultless acting and a fitting voice-over. Das Weiße Band pulled me in from start to finish with great directing and a story that may not seem all that special, but kept me intrigued all the way. The ending may be a bit underwhelming, but it left me wondering in a satisfying way.
Rated 29 Nov 2009
79
66th
Well shot and well acted, but I always feel so unsatisfied with Haneke's endings because he only ever wants to ask questions and allude to what the possible answers might be, rather than giving the audience a neat conclusion. However it's interesting to explore the film as an allegory for the socio-political climate in pre- and post-war Germany. Sent me back to my history lessons.
Rated 15 Dec 2010
90
98th
köylünün dostu papaz, köylünün efendisi baron, köylünün siklemedigi öğretmen... muazzam gözlemle köylünün tüm pisliklerini görüyoruz
Rated 25 Nov 2009
95
79th
typisch Haneke. disconcerting, but good.
Rated 16 Mar 2010
90
97th
Really intense scenes, well acted but feel unsatisfied with ending where I have no clue what next? Very good though.
Rated 23 Mar 2011
80
89th
I liked how many characters there were. All of the characters' actions are filled with unpleasantness, so having many characters makes it about the pervasiveness of evil as opposed to a portrait of a specific evil person.
Rated 05 Aug 2012
73
22nd
Great looking film and some wonderful performances but What The Hell this thing goes nowhere! Boring. Sure, it SUPPOSEDLY shows the foundations of what would become Nazi Germany but it's really just trying to get off on child abuse. Does this stuff not happen everywhere? What, German children grew into Nazis because only German children were abused? Wtf is that? If you set this in Omaha circa 1912 it could be the same thing. Overall it's very Ingmar Bergman-at-his-worst-esque
Rated 18 Feb 2013
3
73rd
The worst of small town life, from when patriarchy and class held slightly more sway. There's some respite in a sweet little romance and some striking cinematography, bleak rather than gothic. Director stated it's about the source of terrorism, a Reichian study I guess. The war backdrop seemed unnecessary, there was enough 'weight' here.
Rated 17 Jun 2012
83
58th
Even with all of it's defects, Hanekes' assiduous work here is hardly in vain; many of the themes ( He couldn't even keep up with all of them.) that at times are haphazardly injected into this somewhat of a conjectured film are latent at best and a mildly woven lacuna at worst. It had an occasionally resolute yet overwrought effort attempting to achieve the infallibility of Bergman's majesty, but it's slight enough to not have to elicit any rueful sentiments for Haneke.
Rated 23 Jan 2021
90
95th
Martin: "I gave God a chance to kill me. He didn't do it, so he's pleased with me."

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