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A Threat, Hidden in Plain Sight

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A Threat, Hidden in Plain Sight

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A Threat, Hidden in Plain Sight

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Imagine what would go through your mind if your mailbox suddenly became a stream of video, secretly filmed movies that feature you and your family — and possibly presage a deadly threat. That's the predicament thrust upon a family led by a French intellectual in Cache, starring Daniel Auteuil and Juliette Binoche.

The film about the host of a TV literary review whose family becomes the target of a voyeur — a voyeur intimately familiar with him — is the latest from Michael Haneke, director of 2001's The Piano Player.

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