Happy End
Happy End

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- 66/100 based on 7,553 votes
  • Released: 2017
  • Runtime: 110 mins
  • Director: Michael Haneke
  • Studio: ARTE France Cinéma
  • Genres: Drama

A drama about a family set in Calais with the European refugee crisis as the backdrop.... (Full plot summary below)

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A drama about a family set in Calais with the European refugee crisis as the backdrop.

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Financial Times - 10/10 by Raphael Abraham To say that the film lacks a clear focus would be true enough but this, surely, is Haneke's very point.
El Mundo (Spain) - 10/10 by Luis Martínez A vocationally cold and abstract film that walks in the eye like the lugubrious and devilish cantata of, in fact, the end. [Full review in Spanish]
Variety - 10/10 by Peter Debruge It's as if the director has tied up loose ends from his earlier films, while forcing us to re-examine issues that have only grown more dire since he first brought them to our attention.
Globe and Mail - 10/10 by Kate Taylor An exceedingly clever, thought-provoking and dark reflection on life, death and family relations
London Evening Standard - 10/10 by David Sexton Haneke brings to this horrific melée his own icy humour and formal clarity: he is the Vermeer of alienation.
AV Club - 9/10 by A.A. Dowd Without a fresh master thesis, all we're basically watching here is the director go back to the well of bourgeois critique, rehashing ideas he's better explored elsewhere.
Paste Magazine - 9/10 by Tim Grierson "Happy End" isn't a movie full of forceful shocks -- rather, there's a slithering dread from the start, Haneke always hinting at evil deeds about to transpire.
Film Inquiry - 9/10 by Tomas Trussow The shocking reality is that Haneke has managed to make something so minor, uninteresting, and very much beneath his true abilities as an artist.
4:3 - 9/10 by Phoebe Chen The film unfolds like a curation of his favourite ideas from movies past, a self-referential object predictably filtered through the theme of bourgeois malaise.
NOW Toronto - 8/10 by Paul Ennis Who cares if the film is filled with the usual Haneke tropes? He's the Mozart of 21st-century middle-class angst.
Vanity Fair - 8/10 by Richard Lawson It's fascinating to grapple with Happy End, a sly and elusive film that features some of the most innovative, and unsettling, depictions of social media I've yet seen on screen.
Caimán Cuadernos de Cine - 8/10 by Carlos F. Heredero Another realization where the author's gaze on his characters is steeped in cruelty without the least empathy. [Full review in Spanish]

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