"71 Fragments of a Chronology of Chance" "is the third part of Haneke's trilogy about the violence in modern society. Although this time does not develop a single story, but several, in the end will match much of their different players in one dramatic point.
Also for this reason, the movie shows a broader records, but always with an overview of the problems that afflict developed societies: isolation, aggression, lack of values, boredom, fear, rejection ... and again violence, carried to its logical, and dramatic response to a very complex conflict solution.
The way of putting it is always characteristic of Haneke film, through close-ups, sometimes sharp, sometimes painful and always marked by a sharp social criticism. But as the director he once stated:
"... My movies are a slap in the face."