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Anatomy Of A Fall

Anatomy Of A Fall

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Sandra, Samuel and their visually impaired son Daniel have been living in a remote mountain location for the past year. When Samuel is found dead outside the house, an investigation for death in suspicious circumstances is launched. Amidst the uncertainty, Sandra is indicted: was it suicide or homicide? A year later Daniel attends his mother’s trial, a veritable dissection of his parents’ relationship.

  • Starring: Arthur Harari, Sandra Hüller, Milo Machado-Graner, Swann Arlaud

  • Director: Justine Triet

  • Writer: Justine Triet, Arthur Harari

  • Running Time: 152 minutes

  • Certificate: 15

  • Language: English

  • Genre: Drama, Crime, Mystery

  • Country: France

Winner of the Palme d'Or in Cannes 2023

“A death can be pinned down, as here, by details of blood spatter and snow melt. The forensics of life are harder to know.”
★★★★★ Danny Leigh, Financial Times

“This whole film has a wizardry to it which you’ll be thinking about for days, to the internal beat of those steel drums, boinging over and over.”
★★★★★ Tim Robey, Daily Telegraph

“A terrific thriller which ends up like the best episode of Crown Court you've ever seen.”
★★★★ Brian Viner, Daily Mail

"It’s a lowkey, almost downbeat drama, but with something invigoratingly cerebral." 
★★★★ Peter Bradshaw, Guardian

“Sandra Hüller is a one-woman puzzle box in this stunning courtroom thriller.”
★★★★ Clarisse Loughrey, Independent 

“A courtroom thriller with a makeover - Justine Triet’s Palme d’Or-winning film is like an Agatha Christie with a twist.”
★★★★ Kevin Maher, The Times

“Triet builds a taut did-she-do-it tension while also working in discomfiting questions about marital power dynamics and how much an artist’s work really reveals about their character.”
★★★★ Raphael Abraham, Financial Times

“‘Rear Window meets ‘Marriage Story’ in Justine Triet’s captivating and emotionally searing Alpine murder-mystery”
★★★★ Philip De Semlyen, Time Out