Time of the Wolf

Film stills

- Reikia vandens. Vaikas mirti.

- Čia negausi.

A catastrophe happened in the world. Ana and her family leave Paris for a vacation cabin only to find it already occupied by strangers. This confrontation is just the beginning of a painful learning process. The collapse of law enforcement and moral structures allow people to forget the rules and follow their instincts. “Time of the Wolf” is a post-apocalyptic saga about a slow extinction of human values. 

Festivals: 

Cannes Film Festival – Official Competition

Michael Haneke

Michael Haneke studied philosophy, psychology, and theatre science in Vienna. In 1967-1970 he worked for German television. He shot the trilogy “The Seventh Continent” (1989), “Benny’s Video” (1992), and “71 Fragments of a Chronology of Chance” (1994), in which he presents alienated individuals through an image of their frustrations. When Haneke made his debut film, “The Seventh Continent”, he was already forty-seven. That is exactly why even his very first films demonstrate creative maturity and a unique cinematic language, which made him one of the today’s most outstanding cinema artists.

His films “The White Ribbon” and “Love” won Palme d‘Or in Cannes Film Festival, while “Love” has also won an “Oscar” as the Best Foreign Language Film.