ANTWERP, Belgium — Enter, the diamond. A 12-carat white double diamond, crafted out of two raw stones, sat on a black plinth in a glass vitrine in the center of a nearly empty white-walled space in an ...
Even en route to the festival, film professionals gearing up for a week of deal-making made clear that the quest was all ...
As reported by The New York Times, the Danish provocateur is planning to turn all 13 of his feature ... With “Melancholia” finished, von Trier said he is planning to metaphorically represent his other ...
Oh, how ardently Lars Von ... Von Trier’s incoherent ideas, most painfully achieved by the killing of two children. The way our hero desecrates one of their corpses is nightmarish and profane in a way ...
too long to make a tight turn on a narrow country road. Not Justine, though. Her face lights up with perverse glee. She laughs. And we have our first sign that the heroine of Lars von Trier’s ...
Matt Dillon stars as a serial killer in Lars von Trier’s controversial new film The House That ... In brief, all filmmakers and production companies can choose to voluntarily submit their movies to ...
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Joe invites a couple of African men up to her room, leading to scene of prolonged awkwardness and juvenile leering that's beneath the normally ambitious aims of von Trier's movies. Even more ...
That’s the mantle that Lars von Trier, a longtime filmmaker of cynicism and cruelty ... Jack’s discussions with Virgil take a philosophical-historical turn that’s centered on the aesthetics of killing ...
As a non-fan, then, it is with utter surprise that I can report that “Melancholia” is the Lars von Trier movie for people who hate Lars von Trier movies. (Or for this person ... can’t make it through ...
The 71st Cannes Film Festival is underway (May 8 through Saturday), and L.A. Times critic Justin Chang is there, seeing as many movies ... that can turn mass murder into a masterpiece. He is therefore ...
There is a grim vindication — and also an obvious, effective existential joke — in Justine’s discovery that her hyperbolic despair may turn out to be rooted in an accurate and objective assessment of ...