Thursday, September 2, 2010

Caché - An Abrupt End


Sometimes a movie will come along that will make you think, then there's Caché, a movie that will drive you fucking nuts. The director, Michael Haneke, deliberately confuses the audience by not resolving the story. Instead, he ends the film with a long static shot that leaves the viewer searching for answers. No.....literally rewinding the movie and searching for answers. Haneke is known to be a critic of "mainstream cinema", especially the way it always has a simple and superficial solution to complex problems. Haneke also uses graphic-shocking-violent scenes to jolt the audience when they least expect it. Much like this clip from Caché.....

Majid invites our protagonist to his home and states he wants Georges to be present for what follows.....

bonus points for the gurgling noises....

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