Michael H. Profession: Director
Michael H. Profession: Director (2013)

In 25 years, Michael Haneke established himself as one of the most important directors in cinema history. From his early work to AMOUR, he created a unique universe, revealing like no other the dregs of our society, or existential fears and… More

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Rodrigo Perez
The Playlist

Michael H. Profession: Director Is An Interesting But Never Essential Portrait Of Michael Haneke

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Derek Malcolm
This is London

Clips of Haneke at work and of the many controversial films themselves make this an intriguing 70 minutes, if a slightly scary one, particularly when he laughs.

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Jennifer Tate
ViewLondon

An absorbing and fascinating watch, with remarkable behind-the-scenes footage and insightful interviews with notable stars.

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Alistair Harkness
Scotsman

[A] fascinating documentary on the Austrian auteur.

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Peter Bradshaw
Guardian

A must-see for anyone who admires this director.

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Miles Fielder
The List

We don't learn much ... about what motivates Haneke, although we learn a lot, through the man and his collaborators, about how he operates when working.

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Donald Clarke
Irish Times

The interviews may unveil little fresh information, but the shots of Haneke in action offer up minor revelations.

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David Jenkins
Little White Lies

Nothing revolutionary here, but a few spellbinding behind the scenes moments.

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Neil Smith
Total Film

An insightful portrait of the Austrian auteur that combines footage of him piecing together scenes from Amour, The White Ribbon and Code Unknown with typically brusque interviews.

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