ABSTRACT In Michael Haneke's Cachéé, a successful bourgeois couple is harassed by an unknown perpetrator who delivers surveillance videos of their home to them. By allegorizing the dilemma of postcolonial France through an Oedipal drama of suspicion, betrayal, and deception, Haneke sets the stage for a taut thriller that pivots upon the return of the barely repressed.
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Research Article| June 01 2006
Film Quarterly (2006) 59 (4): 35–39.
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ARA OSTERWEIL; Cachéé. Film Quarterly 1 June 2006; 59 (4): 35–39. doi: https://doi.org/10.1525/fq.2006.59.4.35
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