The king of psychological horror movies has recently switched thrones. With two Palme d'Ors in his possession, you may now call Michael Haneke the king of European art house flicks. And Amour, his latest Cannes victory, may be his most artsy yet. The lives of Georges and Anne, two happy seniors living in Paris, change radically when Anne falls ill. With one side of her body paralyzed and no hope for recovery, she fully depends on Georges to take care of her. Sounds like a snooze? Wrong. Amour is an emotionally devastating and beautifully crafted movie. And art house or not, it wouldn't be a real Haneke without a hint of horror.


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Vanaf 15 november in de Nederlandse filmtheaters