Jessica Hausner

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Jessica Hausner says : “I am a big horror fan,” “I always like those films where in the first half, they are saying someone has changed, like in Body Snatchers (Abel Ferrara, 1993) or recently in Get Out (Jordan Peele, 2017). Normally, in the second half of those films you get all the explanations – seed pods from outer space or whatever – and then for me it gets less interesting. I was intrigued to make a more philosophical film out of it. I think it is a deeply philosophical question to ask yourself: who is that other person? I think this is also where the fear or the uncanny comes from – when something you think you know is suddenly not what you thought it was. Like, let’s say, we are very good friends but then one day you behave in a different way. Nobody would notice it, only me, but that is uncanny” External link

theherald-au Saturday, June 19, 2021 10:53:00 AM EAT

Jessica Hausner says : “I am a big horror fan,” “I always like those films where in the first half, they are saying someone has changed, like in Body Snatchers (Abel Ferrara, 1993) or recently in Get Out (Jordan Peele, 2017). Normally, in the second half of those films you get all the explanations – seed pods from outer space or whatever – and then for me it gets less interesting. I was intrigued to make a more philosophical film out of it. I think it is a deeply philosophical question to ask yourself: who is that other person? I think this is also where the fear or the uncanny comes from – when something you think you know is suddenly not what you thought it was. Like, let’s say, we are very good friends but then one day you behave in a different way. Nobody would notice it, only me, but that is uncanny” External link

watoday Thursday, June 17, 2021 11:14:00 AM EAT

Jessica Hausner says : “I am a big horror fan,” “I always like those films where in the first half, they are saying someone has changed, like in Body Snatchers (Abel Ferrara, 1993) or recently in Get Out (Jordan Peele, 2017). Normally, in the second half of those films you get all the explanations – seed pods from outer space or whatever – and then for me it gets less interesting. I was intrigued to make a more philosophical film out of it. I think it is a deeply philosophical question to ask yourself: who is that other person? I think this is also where the fear or the uncanny comes from – when something you think you know is suddenly not what you thought it was. Like, let’s say, we are very good friends but then one day you behave in a different way. Nobody would notice it, only me, but that is uncanny” External link

smh Thursday, June 17, 2021 9:39:00 AM EAT

Jessica Hausner says : “I am a big horror fan,” “I always like those films where in the first half, they are saying someone has changed, like in Body Snatchers (Abel Ferrara, 1993) or recently in Get Out (Jordan Peele, 2017). Normally, in the second half of those films you get all the explanations – seed pods from outer space or whatever – and then for me it gets less interesting. I was intrigued to make a more philosophical film out of it. I think it is a deeply philosophical question to ask yourself: who is that other person? I think this is also where the fear or the uncanny comes from – when something you think you know is suddenly not what you thought it was. Like, let’s say, we are very good friends but then one day you behave in a different way. Nobody would notice it, only me, but that is uncanny” External link

brisbanetimes Thursday, June 17, 2021 9:21:00 AM EAT

Jessica Hausner says : “I am a big horror fan,” “I always like those films where in the first half, they are saying someone has changed, like in Body Snatchers (Abel Ferrara, 1993) or recently in Get Out (Jordan Peele, 2017). Normally, in the second half of those films you get all the explanations – seed pods from outer space or whatever – and then for me it gets less interesting. I was intrigued to make a more philosophical film out of it. I think it is a deeply philosophical question to ask yourself: who is that other person? I think this is also where the fear or the uncanny comes from – when something you think you know is suddenly not what you thought it was. Like, let’s say, we are very good friends but then one day you behave in a different way. Nobody would notice it, only me, but that is uncanny” External link

theage Thursday, June 17, 2021 9:18:00 AM EAT

Jessica Hausner said : “There is always an unspoken layer in my films: In Hotel, for example, the girl, a curtain and the staircase are all characters. Of these three, two cannot talk. I have always been interested in studying more of what we think is normal and have always wanted to create a strange, unknown, uncanny atmosphere. After all, if you stop talking and listen around, you will find strange noises, and those are part of what inspires my imagination,” External link

thepeninsulaqatar Friday, March 19, 2021 7:46:00 PM EAT

Jessica Hausner said : "It creates a lot of very positive effects for mankind, for example in medicine or heathy food; on the other hand, we are very afraid of that, because science doesn't really know what could happen from some of these inventions. I'm very interested in the ambiguity and the contradictory truths," External link

xinhuanet_en Saturday, May 25, 2019 1:48:00 PM EAT

Jessica Hausner said : "Happiness is important like love and faith, but it is all in our head. I think we couldn't live without those ideas but for me it is interesting to say that these are only ideas, I don't think they are real" External link

xinhuanet_en Saturday, May 25, 2019 1:48:00 PM EAT

Jessica Hausner said : "We should have better institutions: teachers, schools, facilities where the children can grow in a heathy, positive and emotional way. To do that we have to pay our workforce better, because they have a very important task in society," External link

xinhuanet_en Saturday, May 25, 2019 1:48:00 PM EAT

Jessica Hausner said : "It's about an existential question, happiness doesn't exist," External link

modernghana Wednesday, May 22, 2019 10:12:00 PM EAT

Jessica Hausner said : "It's about an existential question, happiness doesn't exist," External link

rfi-en Wednesday, May 22, 2019 2:08:00 PM EAT



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Jessica Hausner

Last updated on 2005-08-04T04:27+0300.

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Jessica Hausner says : “I am a big horror fan,” “I always like those films where in the first half, they are saying someone has changed, like in Body Snatchers (Abel Ferrara, 1993) or recently in Get Out (Jordan Peele, 2017). Normally, in the second half of those films you get all the explanations – seed pods from outer space or whatever – and then for me it gets less interesting. I was intrigued to make a more philosophical film out of it. I think it is a deeply philosophical question to ask yourself: who is that other person? I think this is also where the fear or the uncanny comes from – when something you think you know is suddenly not what you thought it was. Like, let’s say, we are very good friends but then one day you behave in a different way. Nobody would notice it, only me, but that is uncanny” External link

theherald-au Saturday, June 19, 2021 10:53:00 AM EAT

Jessica Hausner says : “I am a big horror fan,” “I always like those films where in the first half, they are saying someone has changed, like in Body Snatchers (Abel Ferrara, 1993) or recently in Get Out (Jordan Peele, 2017). Normally, in the second half of those films you get all the explanations – seed pods from outer space or whatever – and then for me it gets less interesting. I was intrigued to make a more philosophical film out of it. I think it is a deeply philosophical question to ask yourself: who is that other person? I think this is also where the fear or the uncanny comes from – when something you think you know is suddenly not what you thought it was. Like, let’s say, we are very good friends but then one day you behave in a different way. Nobody would notice it, only me, but that is uncanny” External link

watoday Thursday, June 17, 2021 11:14:00 AM EAT

Jessica Hausner says : “I am a big horror fan,” “I always like those films where in the first half, they are saying someone has changed, like in Body Snatchers (Abel Ferrara, 1993) or recently in Get Out (Jordan Peele, 2017). Normally, in the second half of those films you get all the explanations – seed pods from outer space or whatever – and then for me it gets less interesting. I was intrigued to make a more philosophical film out of it. I think it is a deeply philosophical question to ask yourself: who is that other person? I think this is also where the fear or the uncanny comes from – when something you think you know is suddenly not what you thought it was. Like, let’s say, we are very good friends but then one day you behave in a different way. Nobody would notice it, only me, but that is uncanny” External link

smh Thursday, June 17, 2021 9:39:00 AM EAT

Jessica Hausner says : “I am a big horror fan,” “I always like those films where in the first half, they are saying someone has changed, like in Body Snatchers (Abel Ferrara, 1993) or recently in Get Out (Jordan Peele, 2017). Normally, in the second half of those films you get all the explanations – seed pods from outer space or whatever – and then for me it gets less interesting. I was intrigued to make a more philosophical film out of it. I think it is a deeply philosophical question to ask yourself: who is that other person? I think this is also where the fear or the uncanny comes from – when something you think you know is suddenly not what you thought it was. Like, let’s say, we are very good friends but then one day you behave in a different way. Nobody would notice it, only me, but that is uncanny” External link

brisbanetimes Thursday, June 17, 2021 9:21:00 AM EAT

Jessica Hausner says : “I am a big horror fan,” “I always like those films where in the first half, they are saying someone has changed, like in Body Snatchers (Abel Ferrara, 1993) or recently in Get Out (Jordan Peele, 2017). Normally, in the second half of those films you get all the explanations – seed pods from outer space or whatever – and then for me it gets less interesting. I was intrigued to make a more philosophical film out of it. I think it is a deeply philosophical question to ask yourself: who is that other person? I think this is also where the fear or the uncanny comes from – when something you think you know is suddenly not what you thought it was. Like, let’s say, we are very good friends but then one day you behave in a different way. Nobody would notice it, only me, but that is uncanny” External link

theage Thursday, June 17, 2021 9:18:00 AM EAT

Jessica Hausner said : “There is always an unspoken layer in my films: In Hotel, for example, the girl, a curtain and the staircase are all characters. Of these three, two cannot talk. I have always been interested in studying more of what we think is normal and have always wanted to create a strange, unknown, uncanny atmosphere. After all, if you stop talking and listen around, you will find strange noises, and those are part of what inspires my imagination,” External link

thepeninsulaqatar Friday, March 19, 2021 7:46:00 PM EAT

Jessica Hausner said : "It creates a lot of very positive effects for mankind, for example in medicine or heathy food; on the other hand, we are very afraid of that, because science doesn't really know what could happen from some of these inventions. I'm very interested in the ambiguity and the contradictory truths," External link

xinhuanet_en Saturday, May 25, 2019 1:48:00 PM EAT

Jessica Hausner said : "Happiness is important like love and faith, but it is all in our head. I think we couldn't live without those ideas but for me it is interesting to say that these are only ideas, I don't think they are real" External link

xinhuanet_en Saturday, May 25, 2019 1:48:00 PM EAT

Jessica Hausner said : "We should have better institutions: teachers, schools, facilities where the children can grow in a heathy, positive and emotional way. To do that we have to pay our workforce better, because they have a very important task in society," External link

xinhuanet_en Saturday, May 25, 2019 1:48:00 PM EAT

Jessica Hausner said : "It's about an existential question, happiness doesn't exist," External link

modernghana Wednesday, May 22, 2019 10:12:00 PM EAT

Jessica Hausner said : "It's about an existential question, happiness doesn't exist," External link

rfi-en Wednesday, May 22, 2019 2:08:00 PM EAT



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