Directed by Michael Haneke
Juliette Binoche stars in
"the most intellectually stimulating and emotionally provocative piece of
European cinema of recent times" (Richard Falcon, Sight and Sound).
The lives of several characters intersect around one confrontation, but the
film also veers off to detail these very separate existences. Indeed, it is
the divisions of class, race, and modern existence that really define this
morally challenging work from one of the most debated auteurs of modern
film. French, and scenes in several other languages, with English
subtitles. 117 minutes.