Anatomy of a Fall

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Anatomy of a Fall
Theatrical release poster
FrenchAnatomie d'une chute
Directed byJustine Triet
Written by
Produced by
Starring
CinematographySimon Beaufils
Edited byLaurent Sénéchal
Production
companies
  • Les Films Pelléas
  • Les Films de Pierre
Distributed byLe Pacte[1]
Release dates
  • 21 May 2023 (2023-05-21) (Cannes)[2]
  • 23 August 2023 (2023-08-23) (France)[3]
Running time
152 minutes[4]
CountryFrance[5]
Languages
Budget 6.2 million[8]
(US $6.7 million)
Box officeUS $35.6 million[9]

Anatomy of a Fall (French: Anatomie d'une chute) is a 2023 French legal drama film,[5][10] directed by Justine Triet from a screenplay she co-wrote with Arthur Harari. It stars Sandra Hüller as a writer trying to prove her innocence in her husband's death. Appearing in supporting roles are Swann Arlaud, Milo Machado-Graner, Antoine Reinartz, Samuel Theis, Jehnny Beth, Saadia Bentaïeb, Camille Rutherford, Anne Rotger, and Sophie Fillières.

The film premiered at the 76th Cannes Film Festival on 21 May 2023, where it won the Palme d'Or and the Palm Dog Award, and competed for the Queer Palm. It was released theatrically in France by Le Pacte on 23 August 2023, receiving critical acclaim, selling over 1.9 million admissions in France, and winning six awards at the 49th César Awards, including Best Film. The film also received five nominations at the 96th Academy Awards, including Best Picture, Best Director (Triet), Best Actress (Hüller), and won Best Original Screenplay.

Plot[edit]

In an isolated mountain chalet near Grenoble, novelist Sandra Voyter decides to reschedule her interview with a female student because her husband, university lecturer Samuel Maleski, plays music loudly in their attic, disrupting the interview. After the student drives away from the chalet, Sandra's visually impaired son, Daniel, takes a walk outside with his guide dog Snoop. When they return home, Daniel finds Samuel dead from an apparent fall.

Sandra insists that the fall must have been accidental. Her old friend and lawyer, Vincent, suggests the possibility of suicide, while Sandra recalls her husband's attempt to overdose on aspirin six months earlier, after going off antidepressants. After an investigation, Daniel's conflicting accounts of what happened shortly before his father's death, combined with the revelation that Samuel sustained a head wound before his body hit the ground and an audio recording of a fight by Samuel and Sandra the previous day, Sandra is indicted on charges of homicide.

During the trial, Sandra's defense team claims Samuel fell from the attic window and hit his head on a shed below, while the prosecution posits that Sandra hit him with a blunt object and pushed him from the second-floor balcony. During a courtroom argument with Samuel's psychiatrist, Sandra admits her resentment toward her husband due to his partial responsibility for the accident that led to Daniel's impaired vision.

In the recorded fight, Samuel accuses Sandra of plagiarism, infidelity and exerting control over his life, before their protracted argument turns physically violent. The prosecution claims that all the violence came from Sandra. She counters that while she had slapped Samuel, the rest of the violence heard was her husband beating on himself. After Sandra admits to an affair with a woman the year before Samuel's death, the prosecution argues that Samuel's loud music indicated jealousy over Sandra's flirting with the interviewer, leading to the physical confrontation later. The prosecutor also notes Sandra's pattern of writing personal conflicts into her stories, and how murdering her husband mirrors a minor character's thoughts from her most recent novel. In turn, Sandra protests that one recording does not represent the nature of their relationship, nor do the words of a character in a novel reflect her own inclinations.

A distraught Daniel insists on testifying before closing arguments the following Monday. The judge lays strict ground rules to prevent anyone from influencing his testimony and brings in a court monitor, Marge. Daniel then asks that Sandra leave their house for the weekend so he can be alone with Marge and Snoop. He recalls that when Samuel overdosed, Snoop also fell sick, possibly due to having eaten Samuel's vomit. He then deliberately feeds Snoop aspirin and finds it has the same effect, which aligns with Sandra's testimony. Daniel confides to Marge his anguish, and she advises him that if he doesn't know what is really true, he can instead decide what's true for him.

On the witness stand, Daniel says he can comprehend his father taking his own life but not the murder scenario. He says that when he and Samuel were driving Snoop to the veterinarian, Samuel spoke about the need to be prepared that those he loves will die and to know that his life will go on, which Daniel now interprets as his father's own suicidal thoughts; Sandra is acquitted after Daniel's testimony. When she returns home, Daniel tells her he was afraid of her homecoming and she says that she was too; the two embrace. As Sandra heads to bed, she lingers at a photo of her and Samuel before falling asleep with Snoop.

Cast[edit]

Production[edit]

Development[edit]

Writer/director Justine Triet (left), co-writer Arthur Harari, and co-producer Marie-Ange Luciani

On 10 July 2021, Variety reported that Les Films Pelléas and Les Films de Pierre would co-produce Justine Triet's fourth feature film, Anatomie d'une chute, co-written by Triet and Arthur Harari,[12] and described as "a Hitchcockian procedural thriller".[5] International sales are handled by mk2 Films.[13]

Triet said that the genesis of Anatomy of a Fall stemmed from her longstanding desire to create another trial film since her 2016 production, In Bed with Victoria.[14] In an interview with Paris Match, she explained: "I really wanted to address the legal question in all its details, to delve into issues of relationships and cohabitation. It was also a pretext to dissect every aspect of their lives."[14] Triet further expressed her fascination with the Amanda Knox case, wherein a young American woman was accused of murdering her roommate, Meredith Kercher, in Italy in 2007.[14]

Triet has also stated that "the fundamental question of the film is the question of reciprocity in the couple" in an interview with The New Yorker, stating that "culturally, women have always been at home, and men have gone out into the world and have had the time to think, to reflect, to have ideas [...] The fact of having a female character who's a creator, who writes books, who is in the position, at last, of taking time to write, means that it's the man who suffers [...] It's something universal and fundamental vis à vis the place of men and women in the family".[15]

Triet wrote Anatomy of a Fall for Sandra Hüller,[16] marking their second collaboration following the 2019 comedy-drama film Sibyl.[17] When Hüller was cast in the role of a German writer who is accused of murdering her French husband in France, Triet told the actress that the language would be an important subject in the film, as the couple did not speak the same language and communicated through English.[16] Hüller wanted to speak French in the film, but Triet rejected the idea.[16] "It was very important to have this sensitivity, this feeling that the husband and the wife don't speak the same language, so they communicate through a third language, English. There was also this idea of what it means to be a foreigner on trial in France. To be tried in a country that is not your own can be tough because you're judged for how you express yourself but as you're not speaking in your mother tongue and there are lots of filters between you and your reality. The fact she is a German who speaks English and tries to speak French that creates lots of masks and clouds the issue, creating more confusion around who she is," Triet told Deadline Hollywood.[16]

Hüller learned to speak French for Anatomy of a Fall,[18] although her character speaks mostly English in the film,[6][19] because she wanted her character to be able to understand what she was saying in French.[18] Hüller learned French in three or four months.[20] In the screenplay, there is a scene where Sandra speaks a few lines in German with a photographer who is taking photos of her with her son and their dog at the chalet for a photoshoot that would be released in Germany,[21] but the scene was not included in the theatrical cut and Hüller did not speak any German in the film.[6]

On set, Hüller repeatedly asked Triet whether her character was guilty or not, but the director refused to answer.[22] Triet ended up instructing Hüller to play her character as innocent, which Triet later said was "very sneaky," since Hüller did not have an answer.[23] When a journalist asked Triet at the Golden Globe Awards press room in January 2024 if Sandra did kill her husband, Triet replied: "I will tell you in 10 years."[24]

The film was supposed to include a sex scene between Sandra and her lawyer Vincent, but the scene was scrapped thanks to producer Marie-Ange Luciani, who found the scene too "'80s". Hüller agreed with Luciani's decision and said: "Why do people always have to prove they love each other by going to bed with each other? It's so dull!"[25]

The original song meant for the scene where the character Samuel blasts on his stereo on the day he dies was "Jolene", but as the film was unable to acquire the rights, the song "P.I.M.P." was used. Triet described the choice, saying: "I loved the joy and the almost hypnotic quality of [Jolene], and in the trial scenes, there was a whole dissection of the lyrics—certain lyrics that could be interpreted as the husband sending a signal. [P.I.M.P] has lyrics that are pretty misogynistic, obviously. But it also has something quite warm about it, which contrasts hugely with the situation that this character is about to go through: the discovery of her dead husband."[15]

Filming[edit]

The courthouse at Saintes, where courtroom scenes were filmed

Principal photography began at the end of February 2022[26] and wrapped up on 13 May 2022.[17] Filming took place mostly in the region of Auvergne-Rhône-Alpes, such as in Maurienne and Villarembert in Savoie, and in Montbonnot-Saint-Martin and Grenoble in Isère. The courtroom scenes were shot in the courthouse of Saintes, Charente-Maritime, where a large allegory of justice was hung as background (the courthouse retained it after filming).[27] Some scenes were shot in Paris.[28]

Release[edit]

Theatrical[edit]

Anatomy of a Fall had its world premiere at the 76th Cannes Film Festival on 21 May 2023.[2][29] Le Pacte released it theatrically in France on 23 August 2023.[3] It was also screened at the 27th Lima Film Festival in the Acclaimed section on 13 August 2023.[30] It was also invited at the 28th Busan International Film Festival in the "Icon" section and was screened on 8 October 2023.[31]

In May 2023, Neon acquired the North American distribution rights.[13] Neon released the film in a limited theatrical release in the United States on 13 October 2023 before expanding to more theaters the following week.[32][33] In September 2023, Lionsgate UK acquired the UK and Ireland distribution rights from Picturehouse Entertainment and set a release date for 10 November 2023.[34]

Home media[edit]

Anatomy of a Fall was released in France digitally, and on Blu-ray and DVD on 21 December 2023 by Le Pacte, with distribution handled by Warner Bros. Home Entertainment France.[35] On 24 February 2024, it began streaming on MyCanal.[36]

The Criterion Collection released a Blu-ray and DVD edition of the film in the North American market on 28 May 2024.[37]

Reception[edit]

Critical response[edit]

Sandra Hüller's performance garnered critical acclaim and she received an Academy Award nomination for Best Actress.

The film received critical acclaim.[b] On the review aggregator website Rotten Tomatoes, 96% of 282 critics' reviews are positive, with an average rating of 8.5/10. The website's consensus reads: "A smart, solidly crafted procedural that's anchored in family drama, Anatomy of a Fall finds star Sandra Hüller and director/co-writer Justine Triet operating at peak power."[47] Metacritic, which uses a weighted average, assigned the film a score of 86 out of 100, based on 44 critics, indicating "universal acclaim".[48] AlloCiné gave the film an average rating of 4.4/5, based on 40 French reviews.[49]

Triet and Hüller were praised by critics, and Le Figaro described the film as the "most ambitious and successful film" of Triet's career.[50][51] Jon Frosch of The Hollywood Reporter wrote: "A director and actress in peak form. Sandra Hüller is brilliant, sensational. An exciting step forward for a filmmaker who seems primed for greater international recognition."[52] Peter Bradshaw of The Guardian gave the film four out of five stars, writing: "Sandra Hüller's calm directness as an actor is what gives the film its texture, substance and emotional force."[53] Damon Wise of Deadline Hollywood wrote: "Sandra Hüller shines. A cerebral smash that might finally bring the [Cannes] Best Actress award that its star, Sandra Hüller, was cruelly denied in 2016. Hüller's screen magnetism cannot be denied."[54]

For David Sims of The Atlantic, the film "works largely because Hüller, a German actress probably best known for her role in Toni Erdmann, gives an extraordinary performance already being tipped for Oscar success".[55] Steve Pond of TheWrap wrote that the film "is straightforward in its style but sophisticated in the way Triet doles out information. It's tense, unbearably so at times, but also subtle and satisfying".[56] Alexandra Heller-Nicholas of Alliance of Women Film Journalists wrote: "Both in front and behind the camera, Anatomy of a Fall is a film made by two women in particular who are simply at the top of their game, and neither Hüller nor Triet show any signs of slowing down."[57]

Raphael Abraham of Financial Times gave the film four out of five stars, writing: "Triet builds a taut did-she-do-it tension while also working in discomfiting questions about marital power dynamics and how much an artist's work really reveals about their character." Abraham also added that Hüller deserved a Cannes Best Actress prize for her performance.[58] Candice Frederick of the HuffPost wrote: "Through vivid flashbacks and meticulous courtroom interrogation, Triet masterfully turns our attention from potential crime-solving to the inner workings of two imperfect people and one complicated marriage. It's absolutely riveting."[59]

Peter Debruge of Variety called the film "thought-provoking," "a kind of Gone Girl in reverse," and an "uncommonly mature film through all its layers, seeing rarely expressed truths about 21st-century relationships in its trajectory".[10] Conversely, Richard Brody of the The New Yorker was critical, writing: "Anatomy of a Fall is prestige cinema as (an) airport novel" and that "the showcasing and enshrining of mediocre movies as masterworks poses as great a danger."[39]

Anatomy of a Fall was ranked third on Cahiers du Cinéma's top 10 films of 2023 list.[60] Scott Phillips of Forbes listed the film as #9 on his "Best Films of 2023" list.[61] Rolling Stone's David Fear ranked the film as #7 on his list of the "20 Best Movies of 2023".[62]

Box office[edit]

As of 15 April 2024, Anatomy of a Fall has grossed $5.1 million in the United States and Canada, and $30 million in other territories, for a worldwide total of $35.6 million.[9] Its largest markets were France ($14.5 million), the US ($5.1 million), Spain ($2.7 million), and Germany ($2.2 million).[9]

The film was released to 379 theaters in France,[63] where it debuted at number two at the box office grossing over $2 million[9] and selling 262,698 tickets, behind Barbie (288,185 tickets) and ahead of Oppenheimer (231,550 tickets).[64] Anatomy of a Fall had the best opening for a Palme d'Or winner since The Class (2008), which sold 358,000 tickets in France during its opening weekend in 2008.[64] In its second weekend, the film remained in second place behind The Equalizer 3 and ahead of Barbie, accumulating 608,913 tickets sold.[65] In its third weekend, the film reached the top spot at the French box office with 191,392 admissions from 738 theaters,[66] accumulating 800,283 tickets sold,[67] and grossing $5.7 million.[9] In its fourth weekend, the film dropped to the fifth spot at the French box office and accumulated 921,308 admissions.[68]

On 23 September 2023, Anatomy of a Fall exceeded 1 million admissions in France one month after its theatrical release, becoming the seventh Palme d'Or winner–and the third French Palme d'Or winner–to cross the 1 million admissions mark in France since 2000.[69] In May 2024, the film exceeded 1.9 million admissions in France after 35 weeks in theaters.[70][71][72][73] In its opening weekend in the United States, the film made $117,000 from five theaters.[9] It made $152,000 in its second weekend from fourteen theaters.[9] Expanding to 262 theaters the following weekend, the film made $634,000, finishing in 11th. During its fourth weekend, the film expanded to 440 theaters and made $600,355 for a total of $2 million.[9]

Accolades[edit]

Justine Triet (left) and Sandra Hüller (right) with the film's Palme d'Or at the 2023 Cannes Film Festival

On 26 May 2023, Anatomy of a Fall was awarded the Palme d'Or at the 76th Cannes Film Festival, making it the third movie directed by a woman to win the Palme following Julia Ducournau for Titane (2021) and Jane Campion for The Piano (1993). The film won over twenty-one other films in competition for the honor.[74]

On 13 September 2023, Anatomy of a Fall was one of the five films pre-selected by France's Oscar committee to represent the country in the Best International Feature Film category at the 96th Academy Awards.[75] On 21 September 2023, France chose to submit The Taste of Things instead, which sparked controversy, with French insiders claiming that director Justine Triet was being "punished" for criticizing French President Emmanuel Macron's repression of the pension reform protest movement during her acceptance speech at the 2023 Cannes Film Festival.[76][77][78][79]

The amount of English language used in Anatomy of a Fall also raised concerns over whether the film would be eligible for the Best International Feature Film category,[80] whose rules state that at least 50% of a film's dialogue must be spoken in a language other than English.[81] According to US distributor Neon, 59% of Anatomy of a Fall is spoken in French, therefore making it eligible.[80] France's Oscar committee choice, The Taste of Things, contains 100% of French dialogue.[81] Anatomy of a Fall ended up receiving five nominations for the Academy Awards, while The Taste of Things did not receive the nomination for Best International Feature Film.[82]

Award / Film Festival Date of ceremony Category Recipient(s) Result Ref.
Cannes Film Festival 27 May 2023 Palme d'Or Justine Triet Won [83]
26 May 2023 Queer Palm Nominated [84]
Palm Dog Award Messi Won [85]
Sydney Film Festival 18 June 2023 GIO Audience Award for Best International Narrative Feature Justine Triet Won [86]
Brussels International Film Festival 5 July 2023 Grand Prix – International Competition Nominated [87]
International Competition – Audience Award Won [88]
Locarno Film Festival 12 August 2023 Piazza Grande – UBS Audience Award Nominated [89]
[90]
Cinéfest Sudbury International Film Festival 28 September 2023 Audience Choice for Best Feature Film Runner-up [91]
Film Festival Cologne 26 October 2023 Cologne Film Prize Won [92]
Festival international du cinéma francophone en Acadie 24 November 2023 Best International Fiction Feature Film Won [93]
Gotham Independent Film Awards 27 November 2023 Best Screenplay Justine Triet and Arthur Harari Won [94]
Best International Feature Anatomy of a Fall Won
New York Film Critics Circle 30 November 2023 Best Foreign Language Film Won [95]
British Independent Film Awards 3 December 2023 Best International Independent Film Justine Triet, Arthur Harari, Marie-Ange Luciani, and David Thion Won [96]
National Board of Review 6 December 2023 Best International Film Anatomy of a Fall Won [97]
Prix Louis-Delluc 6 December 2023 Best Film Justine Triet Nominated [98]
European Film Awards 9 December 2023 Best European Editor Laurent Sénéchal Won [99]
Best Film Anatomy of a Fall Won [100]
[101]
Best European Director Justine Triet Won
Best European Screenwriter Arthur Harari and Justine Triet Won
Best European Actress Sandra Hüller Won
University Film Award Anatomy of a Fall Won [102]
Washington D.C. Area Film Critics Association 9 December 2023 Best Foreign Language Film Won [103]
Best Original Screenplay Arthur Harari and Justine Triet Nominated
Best Youth Performance Milo Machado-Graner Nominated
Boston Society of Film Critics 10 December 2023 Best Actress Sandra Hüller Runner-up[c] [104]
Los Angeles Film Critics Association 10 December 2023 Best Leading Performance Won[d] [105]
Best Editing Laurent Sénéchal Won
Best Foreign Language Film Anatomy of a Fall Won
IndieWire Critics Poll 11 December 2023 Best Film 7th Place [106]
Best Director Justine Triet 9th Place
Best Performance Sandra Hüller 3rd Place
Best Screenplay Justin Triet and Arthur Harari 3rd Place
Best International Film Anatomy of a Fall Won
Chicago Film Critics Association 12 December 2023 Best Foreign Language Film Nominated [107]
Best Actress Sandra Hüller Nominated
Best Original Screenplay Arthur Harari and Justine Triet Nominated
Most Promising Performer Milo Machado-Graner Nominated
Las Vegas Film Critics Society 13 December 2023 Best International Movie Anatomy of a Fall Nominated [108]
Youth in Film (Male) Milo Machado-Graner Nominated
New York Film Critics Online 15 December 2023 Top 10 Films Anatomy of a Fall Won[e] [109]
Best Actress Sandra Hüller Won
Best Screenplay Justine Triet and Arthur Harari Won
Best International Feature Anatomy of a Fall Won
St. Louis Film Critics Association 17 December 2023 Best Film Nominated [110]
Best International Film Won
Best Original Screenplay Arthur Harari and Justine Triet Nominated
Indiana Film Journalists Association 17 December 2023 Best Foreign Language Film Anatomy of a Fall Nominated [111]
[112]
North Texas Film Critics Association 18 December 2023 Best Foreign Language Film Won [113]
Phoenix Film Critics Society 18 December 2023 Best Foreign Language Film Won [114]
Women Film Critics Circle 18 December 2023 Best Movie by a Woman Nominated [115]
Best Foreign Film by or About Women Won
Dallas–Fort Worth Film Critics Association 18 December 2023 Top 10 Films of the Year 8th Place [116]
Best Actress Sandra Hüller 5th Place
Best Foreign Language Film Anatomy of a Fall Won
Best Screenplay Arthur Harari and Justine Triet Runner-up
Toronto Film Critics Association 17 December 2023 Best Director Justine Triet Runner-up[f] [117]
Outstanding Lead Performance Sandra Hüller Won
Best Original Screenplay Arthur Harari and Justine Triet Runner-up[g]
Best International Feature Anatomy of a Fall Runner-up[h]
Dublin Film Critics' Circle 19 December 2023 Best Film Second [118]
Best Director Justine Triet Second
Best Actor Milo Machado-Graner 8th Place
Best Actress Sandra Hüller 4th Place
Best Screenplay Justine Triet and Arthur Harari Won
San Diego Film Critics Society 19 December 2023 Best Actress Sandra Hüller Runner-up [119]
Best Original Screenplay Justine Triet and Arthur Harari Nominated
Best Foreign Language Film Anatomy of a Fall Won
Best Editing Laurent Sénéchal Won
Best Youth Performance (For a performer under the age of 18) Milo Machado-Graner Runner-up
Black Film Critics Circle 20 December 2023 Top Ten Films Anatomy of a Fall 10th Place [120]
Florida Film Critics Circle 21 December 2023 Best Actress Sandra Hüller Runner-up [121]
Best Foreign Language Film Anatomy of a Fall Won
Best Original Screenplay Justine Triet and Arthur Harari Nominated [122]
Alliance of Women Film Journalists 3 January 2024 Best Film Anatomy of a Fall Nominated [123]
Best Director Justine Triet Nominated
Best Woman Director Won
Best Woman Screenwriter Nominated
Best Actress Sandra Hüller Nominated
Most Daring Performance Nominated
Best Screenplay, Original Justine Triet and Arthur Harari Nominated
Best Editing Laurent Sénéchal Nominated
Best Non-English-Language Film Anatomy of a Fall Nominated
Georgia Film Critics Association 5 January 2024 Best Actress Sandra Hüller Nominated [124]
[125]
Best International Film Anatomy of a Fall Runner-up
Belgian Film Critics Association 6 January 2024 Grand Prix Nominated [126]
Astra Film and Creative Arts Awards 6 January 2024 Best International Feature Won [127]
Best International Filmmaker Justine Triet Nominated
Best International Actress Sandra Hüller Won
Best Original Screenplay Justine Triet and Arthur Harari Nominated
26 February 2024 Best Editing Laurent Sénéchal Nominated
DiscussingFilm Critic Awards 6 January 2024 Best Picture Anatomy of a Fall Nominated [128]
Best International Feature Won
Best Original Screenplay Justine Triet and Arthur Harari Runner-up
Best Film Editing Laurent Sénéchal Nominated
Best Actress Sandra Hüller Nominated
National Society of Film Critics 6 January 2024 Best Actress Won[d] [129]
Best Film Not in the English Language Anatomy of a Fall Runner-up[h]
Utah Film Critics Association 6 January 2024 Best Non-English Feature Nominated [130]
Best Original Screenplay Justine Triet and Arthur Harari Nominated
Golden Globe Awards 7 January 2024 Best Motion Picture – Drama Marie-Ange Luciani and David Thion Nominated [131]
Best Picture – Non-English Language Won
Best Screenplay Justine Triet and Arthur Harari Won
Best Actress in a Motion Picture – Drama Sandra Hüller Nominated
Seattle Film Critics Society 8 January 2024 Best Actress Nominated [132]
Best International Film Anatomy of a Fall Nominated
Best Youth Performance Milo Machado-Graner Won
San Francisco Bay Area Film Critics Circle 9 January 2024 Best Actress Sandra Hüller Nominated [133]
Best Original Screenplay Justine Triet and Arthur Harari Nominated
Best International Feature Film Anatomy of a Fall Nominated
Best Film Editing Laurent Sénéchal Nominated
Austin Film Critics Association 10 January 2024 Best Actress Sandra Hüller Nominated [134]
Best Original Screenplay Justine Triet and Arthur Harari Nominated
Best International Film Anatomy of a Fall Nominated
Denver Film Critics Society 12 January 2024 Best Non-English Language Feature Won [135]
Critics' Choice Movie Awards 14 January 2024 Best Actress Sandra Hüller Nominated [136]
Best Foreign Language Film Anatomy of a Fall Won
African-American Film Critics Association 15 January 2024 Top 10 Films of the Year 8th Place [137]
Portland Critics Association 15 January 2024 Best Film Not in the English Language Won [138]
Best Actress Sandra Hüller Nominated [139]
Houston Film Critics Society 22 January 2024 Best Foreign Language Feature Anatomy of a Fall Nominated [140]
Lumières Award 22 January 2024 Best Film Won [141]
[142]
Best Director Justine Triet Nominated
Best Actress Sandra Hüller Won
Best Male Revelation Milo Machado-Graner Nominated
Best Screenplay Justine Triet and Arthur Harari Won
Best Cinematography Simon Beaufils Nominated
Kansas City Film Critics Circle 27 January 2024 Best Actress Sandra Hüller Runner-up [143]
Best Original Screenplay Justine Triet and Arthur Harari Won[i]
Best Foreign Language Film Anatomy of a Fall Won
London Film Critics' Circle 4 February 2024 Film of the Year Nominated [144]
Actress of the Year Sandra Hüller Nominated
Foreign Language Film of the Year Anatomy of a Fall Nominated
Screenwriter of the Year Justine Triet and Arthur Harari Won [145]
Minnesota Film Critics Alliance 4 February 2024 Best Director Justine Triet Nominated [146]
Best Screenplay Justine Triet and Arthur Harari Nominated
Paris Film Critics Association Awards 4 February 2024 Best Film Justine Triet Won [147]
Best Original Screenplay Justine Triet and Arthur Harari Won
Best Actress Sandra Hüller Won
Best Editing Laurent Sénéchal Won
Best Director Justine Triet Nominated [148]
Best Male Revelation Milo Machado-Graner Nominated
Best Cinematography Simon Beaufils Nominated
Goya Awards 10 February 2024 Best European Film Anatomy of a Fall Won
Vancouver Film Critics Circle February 12, 2024 Best Picture Won [150]
Best Female Actor Sandra Hüller Won
Best Screenplay Justine Triet and Arthur Harari Nominated [151]
Best International Film in a Non-English Language Anatomy of a Fall Nominated
British Academy Film Awards 18 February 2024 Best Film Marie-Ange Luciani and David Thion Nominated [152]
Best Film Not in the English Language Justine Triet, Marie-Ange Luciani, and David Thion Nominated
Best Director Justine Triet Nominated
Best Actress in a Leading Role Sandra Hüller Nominated
Best Original Screenplay Justine Triet and Arthur Harari Won
Best Casting Cynthia Arra Nominated
Best Editing Laurent Sénéchal Nominated
Gold Derby Film Awards 21 February 2024 Best Picture Marie-Ange Luciani and David Thion Nominated [153]
Best Director Justine Triet Nominated
Best Original Screenplay Justine Triet and Arthur Harari Won
Best Actress Sandra Hüller Won
Best International Feature Justine Triet, Marie-Ange Luciani, and David Thion Won
Best Supporting Actor Milo Machado-Graner Nominated
Best Ensemble Cast Swann Arlaud, Saadia Bentaieb, Jehnny Beth, Milo Machado-Graner, Sandra Hüller, Antoine Reinartz, Anne Rotger, Camille Rutherford, and Samuel Theis Nominated
Best Film Editing Laurent Sénéchal Nominated
César Awards 12 February 2024 Prix Daniel Toscan du Plantier – Producer of the Year Marie-Ange Luciani Won [154]
23 February 2024 Best Film Justine Triet, Marie-Ange Luciani, and David Thion Won [155]
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Best Director Justine Triet Won
Best Actress Sandra Hüller Won
Best Supporting Actor Swann Arlaud Won
Antoine Reinartz Nominated
Best Male Revelation Milo Machado-Graner Nominated
Best Original Screenplay Justine Triet and Arthur Harari Won
Best Cinematography Simon Beaufils Nominated
Best Editing Laurent Sénéchal Won
Best Sound Julien Sicart, Fanny Martin, Jeanne Delplancq, and Olivier Goinard Nominated
Best Production Design Emmanuelle Duplay Nominated
Producers Guild of America Awards 25 February 2024 Outstanding Producer of Theatrical Motion Pictures Anatomy of a Fall Nominated [157]
Independent Spirit Awards 25 February 2024 Best International Film Won [158]
Dorian Awards 26 February 2024 Non-English Language Film of the Year Won [159]
LGBTQ Non-English Language Film of the Year Won
Screenplay of the Year Justine Triet and Arthur Harari Nominated
LGBTQ Screenplay of the Year Nominated
Film Performance of the Year Sandra Hüller Nominated
American Cinema Editors 3 March 2024 Best Edited Feature Film – Dramatic Laurent Sénéchal Nominated [160]
Golden Reel Awards 3 March 2024 Outstanding Achievement in Sound Editing – Foreign Language Feature Fanny Martin and Jeanne Delplancq Nominated [161]
Satellite Awards 3 March 2024 Best Actress in a Motion Picture – Drama Sandra Hüller Nominated [162]
Best Screenplay, Original Justine Triet and Arthur Harari Nominated
Best Motion Picture – International Anatomy of a Fall Nominated
Academy Awards 10 March 2024 Best Picture Marie-Ange Luciani and David Thion Nominated [163]
Best Director Justine Triet Nominated
Best Actress Sandra Hüller Nominated
Best Original Screenplay Justine Triet and Arthur Harari Won
Best Film Editing Laurent Sénéchal Nominated
NAACP Image Awards 16 March 2024 Outstanding International Motion Picture Anatomy of a Fall Nominated [164]
David di Donatello 3 May 2024 Best International Film Won [165]

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ While the official website of the film's international sales agent, mk2 Films, lists German among the film's languages, the theatrical release contains no German dialogue.[6][7]
  2. ^ Attributed to multiple references: [38][39][40][41][42][43][44][45][46]
  3. ^ Shared with Emma Stone for Poor Things and Natalie Portman for May December.
  4. ^ a b Also for The Zone of Interest.
  5. ^ Presented to multiple films.
  6. ^ Shared with Martin Scorsese for Killers of the Flower Moon.
  7. ^ Shared with Celine Song for Past Lives.
  8. ^ a b Shared with The Zone of Interest.
  9. ^ Tied with Celine Song for Past Lives.

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