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Code Unknown (2000)

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Directer: Michael Haneke

Writter: Michael Haneke

Running time: 118 min

Country: France | Germany | Romania

Language: Malinka | Romanian | French | German | English | Arabic | French Sign Language
Genre: Drama | Romance | War

Subtitle: English/
Starring: Juliette Binoche, Thierry Neuvic

and Josef Bierbichler  
 

äҹҴٵç Ҿ¹ͧʴ¹ѡʴҺҷµ ⹪ ˹ѧҪԧͧͧչ ҧPrize of the Ecumenical Jury ҡȡ˹ѧͧҹ

 

 

 

Storyline:

Jean, a farm lad, wants to escape his silent father; he runs to Paris to his older brother, Georges, who''s away covering the war in Kosovo. Angry, he throws a bag of half-eaten pastry into a beggar''s lap. Amadou, a young Franco-African, berates him. The police arrive, arrest Amadou and deport the beggar. Georges''s girlfriend Anne is upset; it colors her relationship with Georges when he returns from the war. Separate lives intersect for the one moment, around the pastry bag, and all are altered. We follow each as repercussions of the incident play out. Deaf children bookend the film pantomiming words, feelings, and situations: what they are expressing? Written by <jhailey@hotmail.com>  

 

On a busy Paris boulevard, a youth scornfully tosses a crumpled paper bag into the outstretched hands of a beggar woman. This is the bond which, for an instant, links several very different characters: Anne (Binoche), an actress; her war photographer boyfriend Georges; his farmer father and younger brother Jean, who, contrary to his father’s wishes, has no interest in inheriting the farm; Amandou, a music teacher for deaf-mute children, and his family, who originate from Africa; and Maria a Romanian immigrant.

Written and directed by Michael Haneke, one of modern cinema’s most distinctive and ambitious directors, CODE UNKNOWN is a complex film of powerful emotional force and a fascinating study of the subtle connections and barriers between people, social class, race, and the difficulty of communicating in the modern world.


Awards:1 win & 2 nominations

Camerimage
Year Result Award Category/Recipient(s)
2000 Nominated Golden Frog Jürgen Jürges 
 
Cannes Film Festival
Year Result Award Category/Recipient(s)
2000 Won Prize of the Ecumenical Jury Michael Haneke 
This is a special award.
Nominated Palme d''Or Michael Haneke 
 

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