Benny's Video
Benny's Video

Benny's Video

A film by Michael Haneke

Benny is a teenager from a wealthy family. His parents leave him largely to his own devices, and he finds an emotional substitute in the world of video films.
Gradually, without the people around him noticing, his values and his sense of reality begin to change.
He meets a girl of about his own age and takes her home with him one weekend. The apartment is empty - his parents have gone to the country. What begins as a shy love story ends in a catastrophe: the life of the family can never be the same again.

With Arno Frish, Angela Winkler, Ulrich Mühe, Ingrid Stassner,

Directors’ Fortnight, Cannes Festival
1992
Fipresci Award, European Film Award
1993
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— director
Michael Haneke
— cast
Arno Frish, Angela Winkler, Ulrich Mühe, Ingrid Stassner,
— producers
Wega Film
— duration
1h45
— production year
1993
— release date france
April 14, 1993
— nationality
Austria, Switzerland
— screenplay
Michael Haneke
— genre
Fiction
— french distributor
Les Films du Losange
— international sales
Les Films du Losange
— coproducers
Bernard Lang
— format
35mm - 1,66 - mono
— length
2908 m
— sound format
Mono
— cinematographer
Christian Berger
— sound
Karl Schlifelner
— editing
Marie Homolkova
— costume designer
Erika Navas
— production designer
Christoph Kanter
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