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by Michael Haneke


The time preceding the apocalypse is known in Germanic mythology as the time of the wolves. Fleeing a disaster, a middle-class family travel from the city to their private countryside refuge, believing themselves to be escaping the consequences of the general state of chaos.

international title: The Time of the Wolf
original title: Wolfzeit
country: Austria, France, Germany
sales agent: Global Screen GmbH (a brand of Telepool GmbH)
year: 2002
genre: fiction
directed by: Michael Haneke
film run: 110'
release date: FR 08/10/2003, UK 17/10/2003, BE 05/11/2003, DE 01/01/2003, NL 08/01/2004, AT 23/01/2004, HU 22/04/2004, SE 21/05/2004, IT 04/06/2004, DK 25/06/2004, GR 23/06/2004, FI 27/08/2004, PT 02/09/2004
screenplay: Michael Haneke
cast: Isabelle Huppert, Patrice Chéreau, Béatrice Dalle, Benoît Magimel, Lucas Biscombe, Daniel Duval
cinematography by: Jürgen Jürges
film editing: Nadine Muse, Monika Willi
art director: Christoph Kanter
costumes designer: Lisy Christl
producer: Veit Heiduschka, Margaret Ménégoz, Alain Sarde, Michael Weber
production: Wega Film, Les Films du Losange, Bavaria Film
backing: MEDIA Programme
distributor: Filmladen, Les Films du Losange, Curzon Artificial Eye, Bavaria Film, A-Film Distribution, BIM Distribuzione, Atalanta Filmes, Camera Film, Kamras Film Group Oy, Rosebud Motion Pictures Enterprises - Rosebud.21, SEG Distribusjon, Triangelfilm, Xenix Filmdistribution Gmbh
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