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* BlackComedy: At least partly.

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* BlackComedy: At least partly.Like most of Haneke's previous films, ''Happy End'' has a dark, pessimistic tone, but some parts have a comedic element to them. [[spoiler:For example, the ending has Eve helps her grandfather commit suicide before pulling out her phone to record his death.]]


** ''71 Fragments of a Chronology of Chance'': Georges asks his barber to smuggle a pistol to him.

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** ''71 Fragments of a Chronology of Chance'': Georges asks his barber to smuggle help him buy a pistol to him.pistol.


* MythologyGag: To Haneke's filmography.
** ''Benny's Video'': Eve kills her mother and films it.
** ''Film/CodeUnknown'': Eve tells her father a story about a classmate who stole a jacket from another classmate.

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* MythologyGag: To some of Haneke's filmography.
** ''Film/TheSeventhContinent'': [[spoiler:Eve tries to commit suicide by overdosing on medical pills.]]
** ''Benny's Video'': Eve kills her mother and A camera films it.
a child murdering another person.
** ''71 Fragments of a Chronology of Chance'': Georges asks his barber to smuggle a pistol to him.
** ''Film/CodeUnknown'': Eve tells recounts to her father a story about a classmate who stole a jacket from another classmate.


** ''Benny's Video'': Eve kills her mother and films it.



** ''Film/ThePianoTeacher: Thomas Laurent is romancing a musician, and they both send each other messages reminiscent of the letter written by Erika.
** ''Film/{{Cache}}: The scene in which Thomas picks up his daughter from school is filmed similarly to that of Georges picking up his son from school.

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** ''Film/ThePianoTeacher: ''Film/ThePianoTeacher'': Thomas Laurent is romancing a musician, and they both send each other messages reminiscent of the letter written by Erika.
** ''Film/{{Cache}}: ''Film/{{Cache}}'': The scene in which Thomas picks up his daughter from school is filmed similarly to that exactly like the scene of Georges picking up his son from school.school. There is also a subplot concerning adultery, but this time, it is explicit rather than ambiguous.


* ArmorPiercingResponse: When Mathieu Kassovitz's character asks his daughter at the beach why she thinks he would leave Anaïs, she replies he also left his first wife. He doesn't have an answer to that.

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* ArmorPiercingResponse: When Mathieu Kassovitz's character Thomas asks his daughter at the beach why she thinks he would leave Anaïs, she replies he also left his first wife. He doesn't have an answer to that.


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** ''Film/ThePianoTeacher: Thomas Laurent is romancing a musician, and they both send each other messages reminiscent of the letter written by Erika.
** ''Film/{{Cache}}: The scene in which Thomas picks up his daughter from school is filmed similarly to that of Georges picking up his son from school.


* BigScrewedUpFamily: Once again Haneke takes many stabs at the [[BourgeoisBohemian bourgeoisie]].

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* BigScrewedUpFamily: Once again again, Haneke takes many stabs at the [[BourgeoisBohemian bourgeoisie]].



* SpiritualSuccessor: To ''Film/{{Amour}}'' since here Creator/JeanLouisTrintignant and Creator/IsabelleHuppert play father and daughter once again.

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* SpiritualSuccessor: MythologyGag: To ''Film/{{Amour}}'' since here Haneke's filmography.
** ''Film/CodeUnknown'': Eve tells her father a story about a classmate who stole a jacket from another classmate.
** ''Film/{{Amour}}'':
Creator/JeanLouisTrintignant and Creator/IsabelleHuppert play father and daughter once again.again. In addition, Trintigant's character is once again an old man who delivered a MercyKill to his paralyzed, bedridden wife by suffocating her.


* ArmorPiercingResponse: When Mathieu Kassovitz's character asks his daughter at the beach why she thinks he would leave Anaïs, she replies he also left his first wife. He doesn't have an answer to that.



* ArmorPiercingResponse: When Mathieu Kassovitz's character asks his daughter at the beach why she thinks he would leave Anaïs, she replies he also left his first wife. He doesn't have an answer to that.


* AmorPiecingAnswer: When Mathieu Kassovitz's character asks his daughter at the beach why she thinks he would leave Anaïs, she replies he also left his first wife. He doesn't have an answer to that.

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* AmorPiecingAnswer: ArmorPiercingResponse: When Mathieu Kassovitz's character asks his daughter at the beach why she thinks he would leave Anaïs, she replies he also left his first wife. He doesn't have an answer to that.


!! Tropes

* BigScrewedUpFamily: Once again Haneke takes many stabs at bourgeoisie.

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!! Tropes

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* BigScrewedUpFamily: Once again Haneke takes many stabs at bourgeoisie.the [[BourgeoisBohemian bourgeoisie]].



* HappyEnding: Played with, of course. [[spoiler: The edning is formally happy but in quite a twisted way]]

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* HappyEnding: Played with, of course. [[spoiler: The edning ending is formally happy but in quite a twisted way]]way]].
* AmorPiecingAnswer: When Mathieu Kassovitz's character asks his daughter at the beach why she thinks he would leave Anaïs, she replies he also left his first wife. He doesn't have an answer to that.


Happy End is a 2017 film by Creator/MichaelHaneke starring Creator/IsabelleHuppert and Creator/JeanLouisTrintignant.

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Happy End [[quoteright:300:http://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/happy_end.jpg]]

''Happy End''
is a 2017 film by Creator/MichaelHaneke starring Creator/IsabelleHuppert and Creator/JeanLouisTrintignant.



* DrivenToSuicide:
** [[spoiler: Both Georges Laurent and his granddaughter Eve are. Both fail.]]
* HappyEnding: Played with, of course. [[spoiler: The edning is formally happy but inquite a twisted way]]
* SpiritualSuccessor: To Film/{{Amour}} since here Creator/JeanLouisTrintignant and Creator/IsabelleHuppert play father and daughter once again.

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* DrivenToSuicide:
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DrivenToSuicide: [[spoiler: Both Georges Laurent and his granddaughter Eve are. Both fail.]]
* HappyEnding: Played with, of course. [[spoiler: The edning is formally happy but inquite in quite a twisted way]]
* SpiritualSuccessor: To Film/{{Amour}} ''Film/{{Amour}}'' since here Creator/JeanLouisTrintignant and Creator/IsabelleHuppert play father and daughter once again.again.
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* BlackComedy: At least partly

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* BlackComedy: At least partlypartly.
* DrivenToSuicide:
** [[spoiler: Both Georges Laurent and his granddaughter Eve are. Both fail.]]
* HappyEnding: Played with, of course. [[spoiler: The edning is formally happy but inquite a twisted way]]


* BegScrewedUpFamily: Once again Haneke takes many stabs at bourgeoisie.

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* BegScrewedUpFamily: BigScrewedUpFamily: Once again Haneke takes many stabs at bourgeoisie.


* BegScrewedFamily: Once again Haneke takes many stabs at bourgeoisie.

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* BegScrewedFamily: BegScrewedUpFamily: Once again Haneke takes many stabs at bourgeoisie.



* SpiritualSuccessof: To Film/{{Amour}} since here Creator/JeanLouisTrintignant and Creator/IsabelleHuppert play father and daughter once again.

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* SpiritualSuccessof: SpiritualSuccessor: To Film/{{Amour}} since here Creator/JeanLouisTrintignant and Creator/IsabelleHuppert play father and daughter once again.

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Happy End is a 2017 film by Creator/MichaelHaneke starring Creator/IsabelleHuppert and Creator/JeanLouisTrintignant.

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!! Tropes

* BegScrewedFamily: Once again Haneke takes many stabs at bourgeoisie.
* BlackComedy: At least partly
* SpiritualSuccessof: To Film/{{Amour}} since here Creator/JeanLouisTrintignant and Creator/IsabelleHuppert play father and daughter once again.

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