Michael H. Profession: Director
Good doc on the effectiveness of my favorite director, Michael Haneke, but a documentary that spoils MOST of his feature films... for really no reason. There's scene inter cut of key moments from these films that were completely unnecessary to show. Would've made for a tighter, shorter documentary if they were omitted. Also, this doesn't go into Haneke's film making history, the older the feature gets, the less the documentary has to say and show. No mention of his TV films, little of his plays. Still a nice watch if you've seen his filmography.
Michael H. Profession: Director
Good news, I've woken up a bit after my disastrous viewing of The Living Dead at Manchester Morgue last night, but I have an admission... I have only seen two Haneke films; Funny Games and Caché. This is something I know I need to remedy. Why then did I decide to watch a documentary of a director I know nothing about? Who knows. As Michael Haneke himself might say - make your own minds up.
In 25 years, Michael Haneke established himself as one of the most important directors in cinema history. From his early work to AMOUR, he created a unique universe, revealing like no other the dregs of our society, or existential fears and emotional outbursts. Through the vision of his actors and previously unseen footages, MICHAEL H. depicts the work of a rare artist.
maravilloso documental de uno de los maestros del cine contemporáneo. Michael Haneke posiblemente sea el director más talentoso que hay actualmente, su cine es tan cruel como sentimental, narra la violencia y la vida de forma única y aquí se muestra como es tras las fantásticas películas que tiene.
Al ver todo lo que se comenta aquí me queda aún más claro lo virtuoso que es éste director. Como lo tiene todo planeado al milímetro y como tras estas atronadoras películas se encuentra un hombre tan inteligente y interesante como lo que se ve en sus películas.
Starting with "Amour" (2012) and backtracking all the way to "The 7th Continent" (1989), fascinating portrait of uncompromising film director Michael Haneke intercuts between extensive, if at times reticent, interviews with the auteur himself and with some of his players, and a great deal of revealing behind the scenes footage. Although Haneke is not too keen on interpreting himself, it's interesting to see him go as far as admitting most of his work is born as a critic reaction to the way mainstream cinema works.
Uno de los documentales más interesantes que he visto sobre un director de cine. Aquí Haneke y sus actores de reparto nos dan información y detalles muy interesantes sobre la forma de hacer cine y la expresión artística de Michael Haneke dando un repaso a sus películas que es enriquecedor por donde se mire. Después de esto, el cineasta austriaco se convierte definitivamente en uno de mis favoritos del panorama actual. Pronto veré una de las pocas que me faltan, El Séptimo Continente. Promete.
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