Happy End Trailer & Clips


Happy End full movie is released on Dec 22, 2017. Watch Happy End online - the French Drama movie from France , which has achieved a worldwide gross of $2,610,794. Happy End is directed by Michael Haneke and created by Michael Haneke with Isabelle Huppert and Jean-Louis Trintignant. Happy End is available online on Apple iTunes and Amazon Video.

Gradually succumbing to dementia, George Laurent, the octogenarian patriarch of the Laurents, an affluent upper-bourgeois family, is uncomfortably sharing his palatial manor in Calais, the heart of the infamous migrant jungle, with his twice-married son, Thomas, and Anne, his workaholic daughter who has taken over the family construction business. Divorced and frigid, Anne has to handle the impact of a disastrous workplace accident caused by her disappointing son Pierre's negligence, while at the same time, the urgent hospitalisation of Thomas' ex-wife from a mysterious poisoning, leads his sulky 13-year-old daughter, Ève, to live with her father and his new wife, Anais. Undoubtedly, in this family, everyone has a skeleton in the closet, and as the fates of the Laurents enmesh with insistent and ignoble desires, a peculiar and disturbing alliance will form. But in the end, some secrets are bigger than others.

As know as:

Srečen konec, Хэппи-энд, Un final feliz, Sof tov, Щастлив край

Release Date:

Dec 22, 2017

Release Date (Streaming):

Apr 13, 2018


France, Austria, Germany


French, English

Stream Service:

Sony Pictures Classics

Production Companies:

Les Films du Losange, X-Filme Creative Pool, Wega Film

Official Site:

Cinéart (Belgium)

Gross worldwide:



Don't believe the title of this Michael Haneke film.


J. R. Jones
Chicago Reader
If Michael Haneke should die before he wakes, I pray the Lord his soul to take, along with this half-baked sequel to his magnificent Amour (2012).
by rottentomatoes, Apr 03, 2020
Namrata Joshi
The Hindu
From its ingenious start to the nifty end, Haneke brings the viewers a full circle to this significant truth.
by rottentomatoes, Jul 12, 2018
Ben Sachs
Chicago Reader
The film remains interesting, if not particularly eye-opening, until it reveals how the characters are related. Then it becomes the sort of sardonic chronicle of upper-middle-class discontentment that Claude Chabrol did better with less portentousness.
by rottentomatoes, Mar 15, 2018

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