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Wednesday, March 08, 2006
Cache
Finally, the film Cache will be arriving at the Keystone Art Cinema on Friday. I've been anxiously awaiting it to get here for quite some time now. I do enjoy the anticipation of something, the buildup makes it all the more enjoyable. But I do hope I'm not disappointed, as I have no control over the way the movie turns out. This rarely happens with real life events, as at least I have some input on the situation. I digress... Georges (Daniel Auteuil), a television talk show host, and his wife Anne (Juliette Binoche), are living the perfect life of modern comfort and security. One day, their idyll is disrupted in the form of a mysterious videotape that appears on their doorstep. On it they are being filmed by a hidden camera from across the street with no clues as to who shot it, or why. As more tapes arrive containing images that are disturbingly intimate and increasingly personal, Georges launches into an investigation of his own as to who is behind this. As he does so, secrets from his past are revealed, and the walls of security he and Anne have built around themselves begin to crumble. The film won Best Director and Best Screenplay at the 2005 Cannes Film Festival and more recently won awards for Best Picture, Best Director and Best Actor at this year’s European Film Awards.
 
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