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Michael Haneke’s “The Seventh Continent” catapulted Austrian film to the top of the cinematic ladder overnight. The film follows a married couple as they plan their joint suicide and the murder of their daughter. As with all Haneke films, “The Seventh Continent” polarises its audience with a radical blend of emotional indifference and frenzy. It is a disturbing portrait of human loneliness.