Time of the Wolf
In the aftermath of a global disaster, a family move from the city to take refuge in their holiday house, but it is already occupied by strangers. Assaulted by the intruders and forced to leave, the family try to reach a nearby station, hoping to find a train saving them from the catastrophe. Directed by Michael Haneke, Time of the Wolf is a disturbing drama movie about the fragility of human existence, whose quietness is suddenly shattered by the violence of unexpected events.
- 2003, 110MIN, Fiction
- DIRECTOR: Michal Haneke
- CAMERA: Jürgen Jürges
- EDITOR: Monika Willi, Nadine Muse
- SCRIPT: Michael Haneke
- SOUND: Guillaume Sciama, Jean-Pierre Laforce
- ACTORS: Isabelle Huppert, Anaïs Demoustier, Béatrice Dalle
Michael Haneke (1942, Germany) studied philosophy, psychology and dramatic art. From theatre and work in television he got to film direction. He analyses decline of modern society, loss of values, lowness and danger of the American cinema and delusiveness of the films in such in his work. He is the holder of numerous awards, and he´s one of the most significant personalities of contemporary cinema.