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Funny Games (1997)

ID: 12311
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Starring: Stefan ClapczynskiFrank GieringSusanne LotharUlrich Muhe
Director: Michael Haneke
Category: ForeignSuspense / Thriller Independent
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Standard1.33:1
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GERMAN:DolbyDigitalStereo
Subtitles: English
Length: 103 mins
Release Date: 1999-02-02
Rental: $ 4.00
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Michael Haneke's Controversial thriller watches an affluent couple, their child and dog as they arrive at their lakeside vacation home. Settling into their holiday routine, the family is visited by a pair of clean-cut young men in tennis whites and gloves, who inexplicably turn ruthless and brutal, forcing the family into playing their "funny games.' Haneke then plays his own games turning the audience into an active participant and radically shifting the film's narrative. Funny Games is quite simply a chilling and unforgettable experience that will leave you gasping for breath.



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