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Haneke’s White Ribbon

Haneke’s White Ribbon Haneke’s White Ribbon

Michael Haneke’s 2009 mystery drama “The White Ribbon” is set for a single screening at the Iranian Artist Forum on August 6, wrote. 
The black-and-white German-language film written by Haneke, Austrian film director and screenwriter, portrays a baron, a doctor and a pastor, before World War I, living in a small German village. One day, the doctor falls off his horse after it trips over a wire strung between two trees. More pranks follow, seemingly without reason, all directed at the village upper class and growing increasingly more evil over time. There are no suspects, but a local schoolteacher has his own suspicions. 


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