The Hidden Gaze of the Other in Michael Haneke's Hidden

  title={The Hidden Gaze of the Other in Michael Haneke's Hidden},
  author={Tomasz Dobrogoszcz},
The Hidden Gaze of the Other in Michael Haneke's Hidden In his 2005 French production Hidden (Caché), Michael Haneke continues disturbing his audience with poignant and stirring images. When Georges and Anne Laurent keep finding on their doorstep videotapes showing the exterior of their house filmed with a hidden camera, they do not realize that trying to trace the identity of the photographer will lead Georges back to his deeply concealed childhood atrocity and gravely affect their present… Expand


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