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      Cache

      R 2005 1 hr. 57 min. Drama Mystery & Thriller List
      89% 135 Reviews Tomatometer 78% 5,000+ Ratings Audience Score Without warning, happy, successful Parisian couple Georges (Daniel Auteuil) and Anne Laurent (Juliette Binoche) receive anonymous videos suggesting that they are being stalked. The tapes are followed by disturbingly violent, if childish, drawings. Georges, a well-known literary talk show host, shrugs off the mysterious messages, but Anne grows increasingly distressed and fearful for their teenage son. She grows to suspect that an incident in Georges' past is behind the increasing torment. Read More Read Less Watch on Fandango at Home Premiered Aug 23 Rent Now

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      A creepy French psychological thriller that commands the audience's attention throughout.

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      Brandon B If you want a movie with closure, don't watch this. It's such a slow burn that even crystal meth would have barely gotten me through it, yet power away I did and I want my nearly 2 hours back. I prefer not to watch movies to wonder what the hell happened. It's very open at the end and if that's your thing, check this out. Otherwise, I'd suggest a hard pass. Rated 1 out of 5 stars 07/03/23 Full Review Kevin L Juliette Binoche is nearly pitch perfect. Nice complimentary work by Daniel Auteuil. But the main strokes of greatness here were worked by writer/director Michael Haneke. They guy never takes the easy, comfortable route in bringing out the ideas and themes he's looking to explore. This one takes the form of a mystery drama, of sorts. Someone is sending this rather nonsdescript couple (meant for the parents, not the children to tussle with) these random odd but off-putting videos of the exterior of their home, along with these childlike drawings involving what must be meant as blood. But the mystery is not what Haneke is getting at. It's more the means he uses to prick at our psyches over who may be doing this, and certainly why. There's the theme of trust given and betrayed. Also, how we rationalize dubious to very tragic actions of the past, and even avoid the subject until it fades into negligible history. It becomes clear fairly soon that it's something to do with the husband/father, Georges, and his past. There are a couple of very brief, disturbing shots/images early in the film that are not in the flow of the story, but a moment from the past that has real impact on the present. Notice how Haneke can affect the viewer as intended without a score to subliminally or outwardly influence our emotional reactions. A confounding movie, as Haneke wanted, "Cache" uses a different sort of spin on the base ideas of invasion of privacy and unexpected exposure, using your average little nuclear family to show it could happen to most anyone. 4 stars Rated 4 out of 5 stars 06/06/23 Full Review Audience Member Balanced transition right at the middle whereas the story been proven secondary and discussed its direction from inspired Hitchcockian tactic to a domestically connective theme of collective guilt while leaning more towards the former upgraded to observe and study, concluding this captivating and sympathetic psychological thriller open-endedly with engaging interpretations to ponder afterwards despite not exactly reaching up to its full potential due to the relevance of thematic blockage. (B+) Rated 4 out of 5 stars 02/17/23 Full Review Audience Member For those of you who are wary of subtitles, get over it. Cachè is a great drama / thriller... as long as you pay attention. Rated 4.5 out of 5 stars 02/07/23 Full Review colin m ("Caché" / "Hidden") This was okay, except that the ending wasn't clear. What happens next? Rated 3.5 out of 5 stars 03/30/23 Full Review jaime h I love this unsettling, disturbing film, from the master of discomfort and voyeurism, Michael Haneke. Unnerving, brilliant performances. A wonderful film. Rated 5 out of 5 stars 03/31/23 Full Review Read all reviews Post a rating

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      Catherine Shoard Daily Telegraph (UK) Austrian sadist Michael Haneke's most mainstream film to date is this exquisitely calibrated and jittery thriller. Feb 12, 2020 Full Review Anthony Quinn Independent (UK) Rated: 4/5 Mar 5, 2011 Full Review Marjorie Baumgarten Austin Chronicle Rated: 3.5/5 Mar 4, 2006 Full Review Dave Giannini InSession Film Caché is not a movie you simply like or hate. It makes you question yourself, your own memories, and the purpose of genre as a whole. Feb 20, 2024 Full Review Brian Eggert Deep Focus Review What makes Cache different is how brilliantly Haneke transforms the viewer into the author and participant, but then also weaves those intentions into the thematic consequence of the picture. Rated: 4/4 Feb 14, 2022 Full Review Tom Meek Cambridge Day Another great French mystery that's more psychological than thrilling. Rated: 3.5/4 Jul 28, 2020 Full Review Read all reviews

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      Synopsis Without warning, happy, successful Parisian couple Georges (Daniel Auteuil) and Anne Laurent (Juliette Binoche) receive anonymous videos suggesting that they are being stalked. The tapes are followed by disturbingly violent, if childish, drawings. Georges, a well-known literary talk show host, shrugs off the mysterious messages, but Anne grows increasingly distressed and fearful for their teenage son. She grows to suspect that an incident in Georges' past is behind the increasing torment.
      Director
      Michael Haneke
      Executive Producer
      Michael Katz, Margaret Ménégoz
      Screenwriter
      Michael Haneke
      Rating
      R (Brief Strong Violence)
      Genre
      Drama, Mystery & Thriller
      Original Language
      French (France)
      Rerelease Date (Theaters)
      Dec 23, 2005
      Release Date (Streaming)
      Apr 16, 2012
      Box Office (Gross USA)
      $3.6M
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