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Post Apocalyptic cinema - Time of the Wolf (2003)

GROTE ZAAL | Online €5 | Kassa €6

The film follows a family as they flee the city from an unspecified disaster.

The opening of the new year under the sign of the recent election in the USA inspired this month’s post apocalyptic film selection. We will show three films directed by a South Korean, Austrian and Japanese directors, each with its own take on life after the apocalypse. 

Time of the Wolf (Michael Haneke, 2003)
Time of the Wolf by Austrian filmmaker Michael Haneke offers an unflinching look at the cruel human drama in a rapidly-collapsing society. The film follows Georges (Daniel Duval) and Anne (Isabelle Huppert) Laurent and their children as they flee the city from an unspecified disaster. But countryside proves equally dangerous, with villagers looking only for themselves and robbers taking all of Laurents’ possessions. The exact nature of the apocalypse is left deliberately vague: the viewer knows only that most of the water and food is toxic. Survivors start gathering at the old train station, hoping for some sort of rescue. Instead, as time goes on, they slowly descend to their most basic, savage selves.

- In French with English subtitles.