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The White Ribbon

Brewing political events in 1913 may predict an impending world war, but a schoolteacher (Christian Friede) in a rural Germany finds himself more concerned with the disturbing events occurring in his small village. Yet as he tries to understand what is happening, he is faced with a haunting question: Are the children the abused or the abusers? Get the movie review and more. »

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Run Time: 145
Theater Release: 30 Dec 2009
Video Release: 29 Jun 2010
MPAA Rating: R
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The White Ribbon is rated R: for some disturbing content involving violence and sexuality.

Director: Christian Friede
Cast: Christian Friede, Michael Haneke
Studio: 2009 Sony Pictures Classics
Website: Official site for The White Ribbon.

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