71 Fragments of a Chronology of Chance DVD

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Haneke's articulate critique of the isolating effects of western society the media and television in particular is composed of an intricate series of unrelated scenes culminating in an apparently motiveless act of violence. Perfectly paced and executed Haneke's skilful weaving of these tableaux into a coherent and compelling whole is mesmerising and strangely beautiful.

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Released
25 May 2009
Directors
Actors
Format
DVD 
Publisher
Artificial Eye 
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Runtime
95 minutes 
Features
PAL 
Barcode
5021866426303 
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Thought-provoking film by acclaimed Austrian director Michael Haneke. The film begins with a horrific mass killing on Christmas Eve 1993 by a boy who callously kills several people then kills himself. The film then flashes back as the fragmented story follows the lives of strangers, all with different lives but all having the same sense of hopelessness, culminating into one fateful night.

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