They start to get some weird videotapes that let them know they are being watched. Creepy. Cryptic.
Director Michael Haneke also wrote the screenplay. He squeezed in a bit of gay content for our gay movie review. In one scene, Daniel Auteil is editing one of the episodes of his TV show, and we hear one of the guests talk about Rimbaud. We see that Daniel Auteil wants to cut part of the dialog to have his guest go directly to a talk about homosexuality. Very nice.
Daniel Auteil goes sort of frontal in the movie. We barely catch a glimpse of his tool, it's very dark in the room, but he does bare all.