|Genres||Drama Music Thriller|
Elfriede Jelinek (novel)
|Cast||Isabelle Huppert Annie Girardot Benoît Magimel Susanne Lothar Udo Samel Anna Sigalevitch Cornelia Köndgen Thomas Weinhappel Georg Friedrich Philipp Heiss William Mang Rudolf Melichar Michael Schottenberg Gabriele Schuchter Dieter Berner Volker Waldegg Martina Resetarits Annemarie Schleinzer Karoline Zeisler Liliane Neiska|
|Country||Austria, France, Germany|
|Awards||2001 Cannes Film Festival|
|Plot||Erika Kohut is a pianist, teaching music. Schubert and Schumann are her forte, but she's not quite at concert level. She's approaching middle age, living with her mother who is domineering then submissive; Erika is a victim then combative. With her students she is severe. She visits a sex shop to watch DVDs; she walks a drive-in theater to stare at couples having sex. Walter is a self-assured student with some musical talent; he auditions for her class and is forthright in his attraction to her. She responds coldly then demands he let her lead. Next she changes the game with a letter, inviting him into her fantasies. How will he respond; how does sex have power over our other faculties?... see La pianiste on IMDb|
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