Excerpt: It's been a good while since François Ozon ( Ricky ) made a movie that got me truly excited. In the intervening years between 5x2 and now, he has remained prolific, averaging nearly a move a year, and the actual quality of his work hasn't waned. They just haven't been as interesting or surprising as they once were. Last year, though, he returned to some old territory and reminded me why I fell in love with his work in the first place.
Summary: Nominated for six Cesar Awards, including Best Film, Best Director and Best Original Music, François Ozon's "Dans la maison" a.k.a "In the House" (2012) arrives on Blu-ray courtesy of British distributors Momentum Pictures/Entertainment One. The supplemental features on the disc include an original trailer for the film; bloopers; making of featurette; deleted scenes; and more. In French, with optional English and English SDH subtitles for the main feature.
Excerpt: François Ozon’s inventive, intense drama In The House bares the voyeurism inherent in all stories—and the class-consciousness inherent in voyeurism. Fabrice Luchini plays a bored, misanthropic high-school lit teacher who becomes fascinated by the creative-writing exercises being turned in by one of his lower-class students, Ernst Umhauer.