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9,400 Ratings



Directed by Michael Haneke
France, Austria, 2005
Thriller, Drama, Mystery


Georges, who hosts a TV literary review, receives anonymous packages containing videos of himself with his family, shot secretly from the street, and alarming, obscure drawings. There’s no commentary, no threats, but the message is clear: You’re being watched. Slowly, dark revelations come to light.

Our take

Michael Haneke was at his peak with this 21st century masterpiece starring Juliette Binoche. Exploring personal and societal guilt, Hidden is a tense, unsettling, impeccably crafted mystery that builds and builds—and still catches you unprepared.

Hidden Directed by Michael Haneke
Where other thriller or horror directors constantly build and release tension at regular intervals, Haneke just keeps on slowly ratcheting up the stakes until the movie snaps like a rubber band, quick and stinging.
December 21, 2005
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Binoche and Auteuil are both quietly sensational in their fracturing personae, but the film is Haneke’s premier postmodern assault.
December 20, 2005
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Michael Haneke’s latest offering, Caché brilliantly converges towards early Harun Farocki themes of surveillance and terrorism though images while retaining his own recurring themes on the abstraction of videoimage representation.
October 10, 2005
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