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Antichrist (movie)

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  • Filmmaker's choice

    Filmmaker's choice
    The holiday movie season is a crowded beast. So we asked filmmaker Hilton Carter, a MICA grad who now lives in Los Angeles, to give us his picks for what he can't wait to see. Carter, 31, whose dark short film "Moth" aired earlier this year on HBO, cut...
  • Film Review: Lars von Trier divides things up in 'Nymphomaniac'

    Film Review: Lars von Trier divides things up in 'Nymphomaniac'
    Lars von Trier loves to shock, so we shouldn't really be surprised that his latest release is called "Nymphomaniac." To be more precise, because of its nearly four-hour running time, he's chopped it into two films marked "Volume I" and "Volume II."...
  • What 'Nymphomaniac' says about director Lars von Trier

    What 'Nymphomaniac' says about director Lars von Trier
    Lars von Trier is in many ways the central casting version of an international art house filmmaker. Or maybe a "Saturday Night Live" parody played straight. Often giving himself the role of the provocateur, Von Trier makes films that dare to examine the...
  • 'Nymphomaniac' Is Not a Porno, Says Pic's Stellan Skarsgard

    Lars von Trier's new film "Nymphomaniac: Volume I" is the story of a young woman who tries to work through her parental issues by having as much sex as possible. And that's quite a bit of sex indeed, the majority of it dispassionate and squalid. It is...
  • 3View: A Three-Way Take on 'Nymphomaniac'

    With films like "Dancer in the Dark," "Dogville" and "Antichrist," Danish provocateur Lars von Trier has long established himself as one of our most divisive filmmakers. Consider our surprise, then, when his latest picture, the sure-to-be-controversial...
  • 'Nymphomaniac' Producer Sees Fearless Filmmaking Behind the Pic's Production

    Danish helmer Lars von Trier's "Nymphomaniac" is being screened for critics in Europe and the U.S., with Variety's Peter Debruge weighing in on the lengthy film about a sex addict. But because it's von Trier (who famously got himself banned from Cannes a...
  • 'Nymphomaniac' Unveiled To European Industryites at Les Arcs Fest

    The first opus of Lars von Trier's widely-anticipated "Nymphomaniac" was unveiled for the first time to industry players at Les Arcs European Film Festival on Tuesday evening. The pic's unspooling kicked off the DIRE days, a five-day confab allowing...
  • Venice Film Review: 'Moebius'

    A gloriously off-the-charts study in perversity featuring castration, rape and incest, Kim Ki-duk's "Moebius" is right inside the Korean king-of-wackitude's wheelhouse of outrageous cinema. A twisted companion piece to the fraught mother-son...
  • Gold Derby nuggets: Reaction to PGA noms | Jeff Bridges on Oscar nods 1 to 4 | Green Day on Grammys (and Tonys?)

     
    • Reviewing the PGA nominations, Dave Karger wonders, "What if 'Avatar,' 'District 9' and 'Star Trek' all repeat and score Oscar nominations for Best Picture? Could 'Avatar,' which is widely considered to be the frontrunner at this point, actually be...
  • 'Antichrist': Grueling, even as Von Trier goes

     
    In all his best known works -- from 'Breaking the Waves' (1996) through 'Dancer in the Dark' (2000), 'Dogville' (2003) and 'Manderlay' (2005) -- Danish filmmaker Lars von Trier has repeated the the same template: He gives us an appealing female...
  • Artist Per Kirkeby discusses painting, critics and 'Antichrist'

     
    In his native Denmark, Per Kirkeby is regarded as something of a national treasure, an artist of exceptional talent whose intense and moody work is said to embody the spirit of the country. For those of us in the U.S.,......
  • It's frankly Scandinavian

    It's frankly Scandinavian
    In his 1979 film, "Manhattan," Woody Allen, ever the sarcastic pessimist, wonders why life is worth living. He comes up with Brando, Sinatra, Groucho, the second movement of Mozart's "Jupiter" Symphony and Cézanne's pears among the few things that make it...