Happy End

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Tu nemylėjai mamos. Nemyli Anaisės. Nemyli Kler. Nemyli manęs.

At first sight, the Laurent family has it all: a beautiful house, influential friends, social status. Bu the devil is in the details. There’s been an accident at the construction site of Anne’s company’s project. Little Eve’s hamster dies, and her mother finds herself in a hospital. There are only the first signs of an abyss, which the Laurents so desperately try to hide.


Cannes Film Festival – Official Competition

Michael Haneke

Michael Haneke studied philosophy, psychology, and theatre science in Vienna. In 1967-1970 he worked for German television. He shot the trilogy “The Seventh Continent” (1989), “Benny’s Video” (1992), and “71 Fragments of a Chronology of Chance” (1994), in which he presents alienated individuals through an image of their frustrations. His films “The White Ribbon” and “Love” won Palme d‘Or in Cannes Film Festival, while “Love” has also won an “Oscar” as the Best Foreign Language Film.