Cinema 3 Years Ago December 22, 2017 us

Happy End Release Date

The movie Happy End is already released on Cinema in the USA and UK. The upcoming Blu-ray, DVD and VOD release date in the USA and UK is to be announced.

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3
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December 22, 2017Confirmed
3
DVD
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5
VOD
TBAConfirmed
3
Blu-ray
TBAConfirmed
3
Cinema
December 1, 2017Confirmed
3
DVD
TBAConfirmed
5
VOD
TBAConfirmed
3
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"Happy End" is set in the French port city Calais and focuses on the members of a bourgeois family. Their lifestyle contrasts greatly with the European refugee crisis happening outside their door.

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What do the critics say?

Based on 13 Happy End reviews, Happy End gets an average review score of 73.
5/5
www.theguardian.comCinema
The Austrian director returns to many of his classic themes in a stark, unforgiving and gripping satire on bourgeois Europeans and the people who serve them.
1232d ago
A/A+
theplaylist.netCinema
As an austere and darkly comic family drama, and a scathing commentary about the kind of world our children are living in, “Happy End” is stunning cinema.
1232d ago
90/100
www.nytimes.comCinema
It has an uncommonly strong ensemble cast...but the movie belongs to Mr. Trintignant.
1232d ago
3.5/4
www.rogerebert.comCinema
Those people can breathe easy, at least for a moment, because one only has to go into his latest effort, “Happy End,” for a couple of minutes to realize that the old Haneke is b...
1232d ago
4/5
www.empireonline.comCinema
Following the hospitalisation of her mother from an overdose, 12-year-old Eve (Fantine Harduin) goes to live with her father’s (Mathieu Kassovitz) twisted family in Calais. Did ...
1232d ago
B/A+
thefilmstage.comCinema
Haneke depicts the bourgeoisie as a class afflicted by terminal cancer, not only gestating its own demise but also infecting everything it comes in contact with. Its eventual de...
1232d ago
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