Funny Games (2008)
At their lakeside vacation home, Ann (Naomi Watts), George (Tim Roth) and their son have unexpected visitors: two well-spoken, well-bred young men wearing polite smiles and preppy sportswear.
Genre: Crime,Drama,Horror,Thriller
Director: Michael Haneke
Release Date: March 27, 2008
Producers: Christian Baute,Chris Coen,Hamish McAlpine,Andro Steinborn
Actors: Naomi Watts,Tim Roth,Michael Pitt,Brady Corbet,Devon Gearhart,Boyd Gaines,Siobhan Fallon,Robert LuPone,Susanne C. Hanke,Linda Moran
             
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