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71 Fragments of a Chronology of Chance

Inspired by a shocking true life shooting spree in Vienna in 1993, Michael Haneke's challenging film weaves together fragments of the story in an attempt to discover what could drive a young middle-class man to such a desperate act. A compelling and disturbing cultural mosaic, Haneke's experimental feature is an indictment of violence and the fractured, disconnected society that fosters it.

Year: 1994
Genre: Art House Cinema, Foreign Language Films, German Cinema, Eastern European Cinema, True Stories, Avant-garde / Experimental
Country: Austria, Germany
Director: Michael Haneke
Starring: Otto Grunmandl, Anne Bennent, Udo Samel, Branko Samarovski, Gabriel Cosmin Urdes
Duration: 95 Minutes
Rating: M - Contains violence.
Subtitles: Yes
7.3/10
Location in store: Foreign (Eastern Europe)

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