Wolfzeit: Directed by Michael Haneke. With Isabelle Huppert, Béatrice Dalle, Patrice Chéreau, Rona Hartner. When Anna and her family arrive at their holiday home, they find it occupied by strangers. This confrontation is just the beginning of a painful learning process.
“Hanneke is the only director of his kind. His world is depressing. Courage, kindness, love is of no use.u003cbr/u003eu003cbr/u003eBut there is a glimpse of light at the end of this movie. Courage is rewarded from someone you didnu0026#39;t expect that from. Maybe Hanneke is getting old, but you think a little about Tarkovskiju0026#39;s u0026quot;Ivan Rublovu0026quot;. Whatever happens, man begins to create again. Even in a total social collapse and it doesnu0026#39;t matter whether itu0026#39;s 15th century Russia or France of today.u003cbr/u003eu003cbr/u003eThere is great power in Beatrice Dalleu0026#39;s acting here. European film needs her. Isabelle Hupert is tuned down. Not a big sacrifice for such a big artist.”