Cinematography: Jürgen Jürges

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FUNNY GAMES

Funny Games (Michael Haneke, 1997) is not a simple attack on the upper-class world. In Funny Games, in fact, the social discourse is present, but is somehow marginalised. What is carried out here, in fact, is first and foremost a sophisticated metalinguistic experiment, in which we witness a careful reflection on the staging of violence and on the power of cinema to forge reality at will, in order to awaken the most disparate emotions in the viewer.

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THE WHORE’S SON

The Whore’s Son is the story of a desperate mother-son relationship. A continuous chasing after each other without ever actually meeting. A love-hate relationship that can often lead to the most extreme solutions.