“Cache” is a story about a TV host George (Daniel Auteuil) and his wife Anne (Juliet Binoche). The two pursue to find the origin of voyeuristic videotapes sent via mail to their home begins as a Hitchcockian thriller. However, their attempt slowly develops into a complex meditation on modern French history. Also, we learn that the solution to the mystery somehow stretches back to George’s life as a child. Now an adult, the man confronts George and his family, revealing one of the most captivating and shocking events ever filmed. Yves Caumon, who directs and also writes the film manages to illustrate a perfect past horror that returns to the present to deal with the concerned. The end of the film lies open and indicates that the strange circumstances may never be dealt with. However, it manages to connect different generations in a unique way. Cache won numerous awards, one going to the director, best film among others. The French psychological thriller generally received positive views and Haneke’s direction was tremendously praised. It is current’s one of BBC’s greatest films.