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Frankreich, Deutschland, 2012

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Retired music teachers Georges and Anne have spent their lives devoted to their careers and to each other. Their relationship faces its greatest challenge when Anne suffers a debilitating stroke. Though Georges himself is in his old age, he ignores his own discomfort to take care of his wife.

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Liebe Regie Michael Haneke

Auszeichnungen & Festivals

Cannes Film Festival

2012 | Gewinner: Palme d'Or

Academy Awards

2013 | Gewinner: Best Foreign Language Film of the Year

2013 | 4 Nominiert unter anderem: Best Motion Picture of the Year

Independent Spirit Awards

2013 | Gewinner: Best International Film

A careful, meticulous examination of mortality, intimacy, and loss, Amour is the rare film with the patience and courage to stare unblinkingly at the process of aging and impending mortality. Amour does not tell its story with sweeping violin strings. The emotion comes honestly (and devastatingly) through Haneke’s commitment to small details.
February 02, 2015
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Just as forcefully as in FUNNY GAMES, when the murderer winks at the camera and thereby implies our complicity, AMOUR implicates us, the viewer. “Did you imagine that moving into your twilight years would be serene and dignified? Perhaps not.” Isn’t that what that pigeon’s all about?
January 24, 2014
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Michael Haneke, another formal master whose work blurs the line between art and shock cinema, has fashioned a body-horror drama nearly universal in its terrifying “appeal.” (Perhaps that’s why it won last year’s Palme d’Or.) Extinguishing the golden-glow mawkishness typical of death-bed movies, Amour is a feel-bad milestone: the most brutally honest picture ever made about growing old and wasting away.
January 10, 2013
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  • yuriwalker's rating of the film Liebe

    Getting The Notebook's sentimental ending at the end of our time, most of us will never get lucky getting that. We will have the sad ending in our life. Even if we embrace our death, others will be sad because they lose someone important. You can call Amour's a disturbing flick, but you can't deny it's also very romantic and honest. I want the love like Georges and Anne had more than anything I want in this world.

  • ig_____or's rating of the film Liebe

    A heartbreaking movie that impressed me for showing the daily life of this couple in such an honest way. Incredible performances by Trintignant and Riva. The first scene is so beautiful and haunting, and the whole movie is brilliant, raw and masterfully directed by Haneke. It remembered me vividly of some things I've witnessed with my two great-grandmothers, while reminding me of my own mortality.

  • ULA ZUHRA's rating of the film Liebe

    The day Michael Haneke makes a bad film, it would probably be the end of the world as we know it.

  • sea-of-ether's rating of the film Liebe

    I can't describe how beautiful & heartbreaking I found this film to be, it's a love story (strange to say). Trintignant & Riva give stellar performances, Trintignant especially. If you have a loved one who's in a similar situation then it will hit you personally. Haneke does a spectacular job making the viewer uncomfortable (as he seems to do, in a different way this time). I'm still thinking about it days later...

  • Danny Bailey's rating of the film Liebe

    Emmanuelle Riva gives the greatest performance of the award season. Her convincing portrayal of a woman who slowly deteriorates in mind and body reminds us of the hardships everyone faces when a loved one is in failing health. If the Academy is as touched as I was, they will vote her the top honor. If not, they have no soul.

  • Guilherme Geirinhas's rating of the film Liebe

    Speaking about love without mentioning love. Haneke made a masterpiece.

  • comeandsee's rating of the film Liebe

    It's quite simply a beautiful piece of cinema. Haneke presents love in all its glory, ugliness and hurt right there on the screen. His visual style is one of my favourite, he holds one second longer where others would have cut long ago. The performances are as good as ever, especially from the leads, and Isabelle Huppert gives the emotion and passion to aid this brilliantly. Probably, best of 2012.

  • Harry Rossi's rating of the film Liebe

    Definitely Haneke's most emotional movie. As a huge fan of Haneke already, I can safely say this is one of my absolute favorites of his (and of 2012). It's more difficult to watch (in a good way), more painful and more risky than most if not all of his previous efforts. This film delicately shows the love between a couple who've been together longer than I've been alive. Poetic, beautiful, sad, scary. Just amazing.

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