Dealing with the internationally renowned Haneke’s world of cinema, the movie starts with the last scene of Benny’s Video. It shows both Benny’s shooting the girl with a butcher gun, and Haneke himself watching the screen. He says that he wanted to deal earnestly with the world and its events in various views. At the same time, he admits that some audience may find his works disturbing. Regarding himself as an artisan, He has been shaping his own world with active filmmaking.
The documentary naturally shows the artisan’s shooting scenes. The audience can see Haneke walking on the hallway flooded with water in Amour. Haneke demonstrates the scene himself and tells the staffs how the camera should shoot up the scene. He has an air of keen sensitivity. The moment is followed by the scene in which Georges, the hero of the film, walks up the hallway : The world Haneke is creating. Exploring violence, he has been raising profound questions for the world. His works are based on reality, yet he showed no neglect on expressing imaginary time and space. Michael H. Profession: Director is a must-see documentary which allows audience to experience the world of Haneke guided by the director’s voice.
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