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'The White Ribbon,' Reviewednew

Michael Haneke is a creator of puzzles who doesn’t believe solutions are particularly important. In such critically acclaimed films as The Piano Teacher, the director has left us to choose from a menu of resolutions.
Seven Days  |  Rick Kisonak  |  03-12-2010  |  Reviews

'The White Ribbon' is Impressive but Not Necessarily Enjoyablenew

The film The White Ribbon follows the recollections of a schoolteacher (played by Christian Friedel as a young man, and Ernst Jacobi in voiceover narration) who looks back some 50 years to a time just before World War I, when he worked in the small German village of Eichwald.
Tucson Weekly  |  James DiGiovanna  |  02-24-2010  |  Reviews

Sautéed Chicken Breasts Over Fascism, From the Director of 'The White Ribbon'new

Dogmatic ideologies — religious, political and social — are central to Michael Haneke’s latest film, The White Ribbon, which unfolds in a rural German village during the year preceding the start of World War I.
L.A. Weekly  |  Scott Foundas  |  01-08-2010  |  Profiles & Interviews

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