Nymphomaniac appetizer - Chapter 5: The Little Organ School
Presenting the official trailer for Lars von Triers NYMPHOMANIAC
I'll be seeing this on xmas day. I'm more psyched about the 5.5 hour version that's coming out later though.
lucky you. hopefully we will get for the 31st Annual Miami International Film Festival in March, if not shortly there after.
Nymphomaniac Part I will be released on VOD on March 6th, then in Theaters on March 21th.
Nymphomaniac Part II will be released on VOD on April 3rd, then in Theaters on April 18th.
Im also going to see it on christmas day..
Trier's own uncut 5 hour version is gonna be on film festivals and will most likely not get a full cinema release. it depends on what Lar's wants to do with his version since the studio wont release it.. but it will def be on the blueray/dvd when that time comes
I consider Lars von Trier a gratuitously anti-American attention whore who attempts to shock his viewers for the Hell of it.
For this reason I'll probably be spending my limited movie money on something else.
Last edited by Harke the Boeotarch; December 23rd, 2013 at 12:27 PM.
The movie was good as usual with Trier's movies.. but i think all this hype about it i felt kinda was that it when I left the cinema...
also i think its alittle of a shame that the movies has so many stories in it so as soon as you get hooked on story it switches over to a new story but I think that might have something to with that they had to cut out 1,5 hour....
Uma thurman's part was very favorit... I would still recommend this movie.. its beautifully made and the acting is surpreme
and there is some hard cock in it but not enough *cries*
Last edited by Spunks; December 25th, 2013 at 03:37 PM.
I saw it today. First of all, the sex aspect was extremely over-hyped, but it was an amazing movie all in all. The first part was more light hearted than I had anticipated but the second part was very disturbing and dark.
There was nothing about it that seemed intentionally provocative as some people seem to think, at least not when it came to the more explicit parts, and even though the last of the eight chapters was the least sexually explicit it was the most disturbing one.
People who have only seen Melancholia might be disappointed as it was less stylized and a lot more gritty and complex than the previous one.
Hard Life for a von Trier Woman, Again
Fifteen years ago, Catherine Deneuve reflected in her journal on filming the unorthodox musical “Dancer in the Dark” (2000) with Björk and the director Lars von Trier. Tensions ran high on the demanding shoot. But despite fierce creative differences and psychological stress on all sides, Björk saw her feature-acting debut, as a single mother going blind who faces the death penalty, to its conclusion. And Ms. Deneuve couldn’t figure out why.
“I’m pretty surprised; I know, because she’s told me, that she’s suffered a lot and that Lars has constantly pushed her beyond her limits,” Ms. Deneuve wrote in her set diary, excerpted in her 2005 book “Close Up and Personal.” “Why didn’t she ever say ‘No,’ or ‘That’s enough’?”
It’s not an uncommon reaction to Mr. von Trier’s recent films, which invariably feature actresses giving their all in the most demanding of roles. A typical von Trier heroine might be brutalized by a boatload of sailors (Emily Watson in “Breaking the Waves”); she might be chained up and raped by the inhabitants of an allegorical town (Nicole Kidman in “Dogville”); or she might mutilate her own genitalia and others’ (Charlotte Gainsbourg in “Antichrist”).
i watched the unrated but cut version abd the sex looked very real, i wonder if it weas shia reallly fuckinm
Rather than having sex live on camera, stars of Danish director's upcoming film were played by stand-ins from the waist down
lots of dicksa and pussy in it
I liked it but it was a bit silly in parts. Shia LaBeouf's English accent is terrible, and Uma Thurman's acting was way over the top and misjudged. But as with most of Von Trier's films, I thought the cinematography was stunning. Charlotte Gainsbourg is actually amazing.
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I had to see it dubbed in Spanish, since my bf doesn´t speak any English and he´s not used to subtitles. Even so, I didn´t like Labeouf, he is overrated and in my eyes he is a very very bad actor. Why would someone like von Trier use someone like him, it´s beyond my understanding.
Thurman´s acting was a very nice touch, I loved the scene. The movie was interesting from start to end.. and the end! Wow. It left me with my mouth open and this never happened before with a movie.
What they started in the early 70s, putting explicit sex scenes in a movie with a plot based or not around sex is finally happening lately more and more. There is a documentary called Inside Deep Throat that I saw a few days ago that explains pretty well how pornography ended up being the same boring 20 minute scene done again and again and again, while in the beginning, they wanted to make sex a normal part of a movie. You should see it, if you have the chance.
¨Beware the fury of a patient man¨ - John Dryden
Nymphomaniac interview 2: Shia LaBeouf
Last edited by miaedu; April 21st, 2014 at 03:22 PM.
Charlotte Gainsbourg - Hey Joe
New single available: http://po.st/HeyJoe
From " Nymphomaniac "
the next film by Lars Von Trier with Charlotte Gainsbourg
Resuming "Hey Joe" , which will appear on the soundtrack of " Nymphomaniac " , the next film by Lars von Trier to be published in two parts in January 2014 , Charlotte Gainsbourg adds his name to a prestigious list of performers this crucial song 60s , became a classic repertoire of Jimi Hendrix.
Beck , with whom Charlotte Gainsbourg has worked in the past ( including the albums " MRI " in 2008 and "Stage Whisper " the following year) , this recovery has produced both haunting and bittersweet.
After " Melancholia " (2011) and "Antichrist" (2009), this is the third time that the Danish director uses Charlotte Gainsbourg, also starred in the film ( in which she plays the role of Joe) .
"Hey Joe" will appear in the end credits of the second part of " Nymphomaniac "
google translation from french
Venice First Look: New Poster And Image For Lars von Trier's 'Nymphomaniac Vol II — Director's Cut'
How much more can you take? With the theatrical version of Lars von Trier's two part epic "Nymphomaniac" already sprawling over four hours, there's still his director's cut to contend with. The first volume of his uncensored vision debuted earlier this year at the Berlin Film Festival (our review), and now volume two heads to Venice and a new image and hilarious poster have arrived.