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La pianista

La pianiste

Dirigida por Michael Haneke
Austria, Francia, 2001


Erika es profesora de piano cuarentona en el conservatorio de Viena. Vive con su madre, de cuya sofocante influencia se escapa regularmente para ir a cines y espectáculos porno. Su sexualidad está constituida por un mórbido voyeurismo e impulsos de automutilación sadomasoquista.

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La pianista Dirigida por Michael Haneke
The Piano Teacher mostly eschews historical and sociological questions. Instead, it stakes its claim on the continued vitality of an endangered European tradition—not classical music but the art cinema itself. Positing a masochistic spectator who wants to suffer through a film like this one, it makes a bid to turn us into teachers—or its transmitters. The paradox is that it works, and that this may mean accepting, as Erika muses in the novel, that "art is no consolation.
September 26, 2017
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The success of The Piano Teacher is as much a product of its lead performer as it is its director. Huppert gives Erika’s contradictory behaviour nuance and vitality, while Haneke’s restrained style allows us to attend to the complexity of her performance. Erika’s stern declaration that she lacks feelings is undermined by the obstinacy of her body which conveys much more than she would like.
February 16, 2017
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Haneke uses Huppert’s gaze and frames her face to fully transmit that his portrait is of a lady who’s not right in the head. Huppert’s close-ups, most of them reactions to things that we only ultimately glimpses (if we see them at all), show that Haneke doesn’t need to show us more than those little demonstrations of self-harm to construct the relationship between Huppert’s piano teacher and her student, which descends into an exploration of consent, sanity and the limits of pleasure.
November 16, 2016
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  • astygianelysium's rating of the film La pianista

    The leading trio of actors portray not human beings, but elements of Control in a film which explores it at its every extreme corner. this is Control over the self (restraint, of the camera, of the pianists) as much at is relational (the mother as a restriction of potential, the game of the lovers rewriting the sex laws against each other). to read it psychologically seems a mistake: this a film foremost about form.

  • Abhinay Jakhar's rating of the film La pianista

    the highest praise i can bestow upon this film is that it manages to create an immense empathy for the character while consciously steering away from melodrama or heavy handed storytelling.this film is a cinephile’s delicacy. note to self : WATCH EVERYTHING BY MICHEAL HANEKE

  • Güattarii's rating of the film La pianista

    Una película donde se replica un imaginario poco común por actitudes frente al amor y los actos de placer. Llego un momento hasta el que me dio asco y remordimiento la conducta de Erika, no existe forma de describir tal emoción para formas de placer tan inexplicables como la primera vez que vemos una persona morir o comerse el raspado de un strüdell de manzana.

  • El Biffo's rating of the film La pianista

    The film that made Isabelle Huppert the greatest actress in France. Simply amazing. No, not simple at all, actually. Amazing.

  • Coral Amiga's rating of the film La pianista

    Deeply disturbing and yet undeniably moving. Pushing limits you didn't want to know existed to begin with. Grotesque without malice, love without hope, lust without inhibitions. It constantly defies boundaries and leaves you feeling like most Haneke's films do - like you can never go back to seeing things the way you used to.

  • Duncan Gray's rating of the film La pianista

    Sure, a study of a bourgeoisie that'll talk Schubert but watch porn, but I usually prefer this sort of Freudian potboiler when it's pretending to be trash. That said, the biggest twist is that its kinks are revealed with tenderness and even a chance for hope. Both of which are dashed, leaving the disturbed confusion of love/sex/intimacy gone wrong when it reels from theory to practice. Huppert is enormously moving.

  • Ethan's rating of the film La pianista

    This is one harshly sexual film and Isabelle Huppert gives an intense performance that proves she is one of the greatest actors of all time. Huppert can express more with a blank stare then most can with a ten minute monologue. Haneke crafts a meticulous film that focuses on the repression and lack of human compassion that the films characters have for each other. This is feel bad cinema at its finest.

  • Ghostman's rating of the film La pianista

    A masterpiece. One of the greatest films of world cinema. And further confirmation that Isabelle Huppert is the greatest actor in all of cinema. I used to hate Haneke because I hated his American Funny Games and that was the first thing I saw by him. I'd avoid his work like the plague but now I want to watch everything by him. The Piano Teacher is one of the most heartbreaking films I've ever seen.

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