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The last shot of michael haneke's “white ribbon” is haunting not because it sums up the unnerving, at times horrifying series of events that. The white ribbon gives us buoyancy in the tailor, a good-natured man who is willing to wait a year to marry a woman fourteen years his junior at last, he. The haunting final shot of the white ribbon — a children's choir singing in the balcony of a small church while the adult parishioners file in.
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