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Rated PG-13 for mature thematic material including a disturbing act, and for brief language.

PG-13 In Theaters 12/19/2012 , 130min.
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March 13, 2013
It is a wonderful story of love and what it means to a couple who have been there for each other for their entire lives. No it is not a traditional BS American Love Story where all is happy and rosy, but it is powerful. If for nothing else watch it to understand what it is to be there for a Parent, Friend or Partner at the end of their life and how love is not always about greeting cards and
February 19, 2013
This couple had no support, no community and no faith. They were alone and lost. Very sad. Also, why call it amour.? She exacted a terrible promise from him - very selfish and not loving at all. The movie made life seem meaningless.
February 16, 2013
mostly dull story with many pointless shots---acting is excellent but should have been at 30 minutes shorter---nothing learned, nothing gained
February 16, 2013
February 01, 2013
This is a subject that definitely deserves attention but this film does not do it justice. It is boring and does not engage. The filmmaker lingers overly long on shots of inanimate objects, rooms, pictures, to the point of testing our endurance. One would hope that characters who've lived such rich lives would have more to offer at this point in their lives. My experience of friends and

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The Hollywood Reporter
Magnificent in its simplicity and its relentless honesty about old age, illness and dying, Michael Haneke's Amour is a deliberately torturous watch. Full Review
Ann Hornaday
Washington Post
Amour is a must-see film that not everyone must see, at least right now. Full Review
David Hughes
Michael Haneke's Palme D'Or winner is uncomfortable, uncompromising, unflinching... and utterly unmissable. Old age may not be a reality you wish to confront, but you must see this film. Full Review
Ella Taylor
At his provocative best, though - in his brilliant, gorgeous 2009 film "The White Ribbon," a study of the roots of fascism in domestic tyranny, and now in Amour - Haneke implicates us in the full range of human capacity. Full Review
Farran Smith Nehme
New York Post
All great films have imagination; this one also has the sense of experience. Full Review

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