Michael H – Profession: Director (German: Michael Haneke – Porträt eines Film-Handwerkers) is a 2013 documentary film directed by Yves Montmayeur about the Austrian film director Michael Haneke.
Le film présente le cinéaste autrichien Michael Haneke par le biais d'interviews du réalisateur ainsi que quelques-uns des acteurs qui ont marqué son œuvre. Le documentaire s'attarde et analyse principalement la méthode de travail du réalisateur, sans évoquer ni sa vie privée, ni son interprétation de ses films.
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