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Mt. Zion Hotel
Paris. A busy street corner. A balled-up piece of paper thrown to the outstretched hand of a beggar connects the lives of several characters who have seemingly nothing in common. Although less shocking than his previous films, in Code Unknown Michael Haneke still evokes a modern world full of intolerance and alienation, leaving a message and emotional effect that remain well after the screening.