The Piano Teacher

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Adrian

Michael Haneke is amazing.

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Kevan

not my cup of tea folks

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Denis

this truly is A french movie. Nothing says more French film like this

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Raul

This movie is not for everybody. One of the most intriguing/absorbing movies I have seen. The life of an artist -the piano teacher- who excel at her craft but sacrifices her desires.

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tiedto

The Piano Teacher is a deeply mythological tale. Only Michael Haneke could have made it, and only Isabelle Huppert could have played Erika. Benoît Magimel is perfectly cast as well.

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Samantha

love this!!!

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Laura

Well that was soul-crushing to say the very least. Don't watch it if you're not ready for something extremely bleak. Huppert is just as intense here as in Elle, and the themes and feeling are similar - only la Pianiste is even darker imo

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Gunnar

I consider myself to be an open minded person, but this is the worst thing I've ever seen

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