Photo: Sony Pictures Classics If you've read any number of reviews of Michael Haneke's Cannes Film Festival Palme d'Or-winning film The White Ribbon or even watched the trailer I can only recommend you do your best to forget what you've learned and have seen. I went in absolutely cold and can tell you to know anything more than this is a great film is to cheat yourself of the story that unfolds over the course of a brisk 2 hours and 24 minutes. In fact, the 144 minutes that make up this film are so engrossing you won't want to look away for a second. I've watched the film twice now and while it wasn't long into the first viewing I was sure I was in the midst of a classic, after the second viewing I was positive this was a film worthy
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