Amour (2012)

“Amour” is a French-language film directed by Michael Haneke and released in 2012. The movie tells the story of an elderly couple, Georges and Anne, who live a peaceful life in Paris until Anne suffers a stroke. The film depicts the couple’s struggle to cope with the aftermath of the stroke and the impact it has on their lives and relationship.

Throughout the film, the audience sees the couple’s unwavering love and devotion to each other, as Georges takes on the role of Anne’s caregiver, helping her with daily tasks and supporting her as her condition worsens. The film explores themes of aging, illness, and mortality, as well as the complexities of love and devotion in the face of adversity.

“Amour” was widely acclaimed by critics and audiences alike and won numerous awards, including the Palme d’Or at the 2012 Cannes Film Festival. The film was also nominated for five Academy Awards, including Best Picture, Best Director, and Best Original Screenplay, and won the award for Best Foreign Language Film.

Duration: 127 min.

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