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While his sure to be rip-roaring tale of elderly decay was set to be titled These Two, writer and director Michael Haneke (or someone higher up) has apparently decided that the title doesn’t quite work for him. It’s been given the new, possibly ironic title of Love, according to Cineuropa (via IonCinema and ThePlaylist).

But, have no fear, this minor change won’t mean that production is delayed. It’s still set to begin in February with a quick 40-day shoot; excitingly, this means that it could premiere anywhere from Cannes in May to Tiff in September. As I said above, there’s possibly a sense of irony to the new name, and this isn’t anything new, as it could be similar to something like his previous Funny Games, both the Austrian and American versions. When you consider his filmography and the fact that this seems like »

- Nick Newman

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