“CACHÉ is about how the way we look at people - a spouse, a child, a homeless person, a security guard - reflects our own humanity, exactly the sort of thing the best works of cinematic art aspire to reveal.” - Kevin B. Lee, Chicago Reader

“By the final riveting and static images, fear and guilt have become almost palpable. You won't be able to look away.” - Peter Travers, Rolling Stone

Monday, August 29 at 6:00pm | In Haneke’s unsettling and timely thriller, Parisian couple Georges and Anne are disturbed and frightened when they begin receiving anonymous surveillance videos of their home. As the tapes become intrusive, Georges explores the source, leading to a shocking, slow burn conclusion.

50/50 Series: The Film Center celebrates our 50th anniversary with 50/50, a year-long series presenting a film from each year we’ve been open, Monday nights at 6:00PM. From films that hold significance to the Film Center’s history, to films that were cultural touch points in a particular year, from art house favorites to locally connected stories, 50/50 invites audiences to steep themselves in a history of cinema. View full series here.

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