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Matt Dillon and Uma Thurman star in this 1970s horror about the violent gore-filled life of a serial killer, directed by bonkers and controversial Dane, Lars von Trier.
Director Lars von Trier's Nymphomaniac was also banned from broadcasting.
CANNES, France -- Lars von Trier would like to point out that his banishment from the Cannes Film Festival, where he was declared "persona non grata" after making comments sympathetic to Nazis, has not been applied to others.
Danish director Lars von Trier, who has been barred from the Cannes Film Festival since 2011 over his controversial comments about Adolf Hitler, will make a comeback at the gala in May.
Now, just to clarify, I am no Lars Von Trier (seriously, Google this guy if you haven't already heard about him) and I am not afraid of just about everything in this world.
He examines the works of Lars Von Trier, Takashi Miike, Michael Haneke, and many other contemporary and historical directors.
While it lacks the graphic content of Lars von Trier's Nymphomaniac, Love is rather beautifully shot and its 3D has style.
Bize has a gift for making audiences identify with such emotionally trying situations, though his oh-so-polite fifth feature errs on the side of good taste, and it's a bit of a yawn by comparison--not only with holy terror Lars von Trier, but with Bize's previous work as well.
Albinus appeared in Lars von Trier's Nymphomaniac: Vol.
Penned by Lars Von Trier, it tells the story of the residents of a small Colorado town who agree to hide a woman who seems to be on the run.