ANATOMY OF A FALL – Review by Diane Carson

Writer/director Justine Triet’s intriguing Anatomy of a Fall demonstrates in complex, compelling ways the elusive, bewildering search for the truth behind a death. The multilayered intrigue kicks off early in the film as wife Sandra and Samuel’s vision-impaired, eleven-year-old son Daniel discovers Samuel lying bloody in the snow beneath their Grenoble chalet’s second-floor window.

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Justine Triet on ANATOMY OF A FALL (TIFF 2023) – Liz Braun Interviews

Justine Triet’s Anatomy of a Fall is a riveting courtroom drama about guilt and innocence and what’s involved in trying to get at the truth. It’s a decidedly feminist film, and the beauty of its construction is an exquisite ambiguity that never falters. Triet said that viewers of the movie draw their own conclusion as to whether Huller’s character is guilty or innocent.

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