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‘Happy End’ Review: A Bleak and Twisted Comedy From Michael Haneke [TIFF]

Michael Haneke is not known for light-heartedness. The Austrian filmmaker behind Funny Games, Caché, The White Ribbon, and Amour specializes in challenging, often incredibly bleak dramas where all is not right in the world. So when Haneke’s new film was announced with the title Happy End, most people familiar with the director likely assumed this […] The post ‘Happy End’ Review: A Bleak and Twisted Comedy From Michael Haneke [TIFF] appeared first on /Film.
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