No explanations, just sudden violence as elegant, middle-class Anna (Isabelle Huppert) loses her husband in a shooting and is forced to live as a refugee with her two children (Lucas Biscombe and Anaïs Demoustier).
Welcome to German auteur Michael Haneke's unrelenting tale of a post-apocalyptic Europe. What exactly has happened? Haneke's not telling and that's rather the point. Instead, he directs his camera into the shadows in an ambiguous, depressing, but often powerful meditation on the end of the world as we know it.