New Trailer for Lars von Trier’s NYMPHOMANIAC: PART TWO Starring Charlotte Gainsbourg and Shia LaBeouf

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A new trailer for Lars von Trier‘s Nymphomaniac: Part Two has been released.  Unlike the NSFW trailer for Part One and Part Two, there’s no sex or nudity in this one, but there is plenty of weirdness.  That’s part and parcel of a Lars von Trier movie, and in addition to some bondage, painting over mirrors, and orgasmic visions, there’s also setting cars ablaze set to The Talking Heads‘ “Burning Down the House”.  The trailer also features Shia LaBeouf, who would like to remind you that he’s not famous anymore.

Hit the jump to check out.  The film also stars Charlotte Gainsbourg, Stellan Skarsgard, Jamie Bell, Uma Thurman, Stacy Martin, Connie Nielsen, Christian Slater, Willem Dafoe, Mia Goth, Nicolas Bro, Sophie Kennedy Clark, Jens Albinus, and Udo KierNymphomaniac: Part One  will be available on VOD on March 6th and in theaters on March 21st;  Nymphomaniac: Part Two will be released on VOD on April 3rd and in theaters on April 18th.

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  • milo

    Home video before theatrical? That’s a euphemism for “straight to video” and means practically nobody will see it in theatres.

    See also “Lovelace”.

  • cezar211091 .

    come on collider,stop shoving this porn shit down out throats

    • GrimReaper07

      This “porn ****” comes from one of the most important contemporary directors and the first part has been universally well received.

      http://www.rottentomatoes.com/m/nymphomaniac_volume_1/

      • Excpired

        Yes by the 13 people in the world who actually bothered to watch this garbage. You’d think a movie about sex would be capable of making a trailer that wouldn’t put you to sleep.

      • GrimReaper07

        It was a surprise screening in a festival. No one knew what movie it was until it started rolling. Funny how uptight people can be about sex and not about violence.

      • Bo

        Indeed. Very well said, GrimReapor. Also how the intelligence and artistry of Von Trier’s work flys so far over their heads they are left with their fear, insecurities and judgments. His work isn’t for everyone, that’s for sure. If you like comic book movies do not meddle with Von Trier.

      • GrimReaper07

        I do like comic book movies and Von Trier, though I get what you mean. This movie was immediately labeled as porn by some posters just because it features explicit sex. They don’t care if it has some sort of narrative purpose, those kind of things don’t interest them.

      • Guest

        bla bla,bullshit.the guy is sick,he doesn’t give a shit about any narrative

      • cezar211091 .

        you actually believe von trier made this for the sake of telling a story?wrong,he made it to show the characters fuck.

      • GrimReaper07

        Early reviews say otherwise, but then again I’m sure you’ll just say he payed off critics or that critics love porn for the sake of porn. Every Von Trier movie, as upsetting as they’ve been, have been about something. Whether it flew over your head or not is another thing entirely.

      • cezar211091 .

        the guy’s company makes porn,i don’t expect meaningful stories from such people.end of story

      • GrimReaper07

        I guess that’s how easy it is for some people to dismiss things and how appalled they are by sex. Porn is one thing, movies are another. But I guess you don’t really care.

      • cezar211091 .

        bullshit,the guy is sick.he doesn’t give a shit about narrative.his company zentropa makes porn.

      • Blind_Boy_Grunt_1235

        So much space between your ears, yet not enough between your sentences.

      • cezar211091 .

        ok

      • Bo

        Again, well said and I agree with you. For some reason you and I seem to have taken up the mantle to discuss this subject with some of these frightened posters. It’s like trying to teach a pig to sing, Grim…it never works and it only irritates the pig. So good luck with it. Myself, I’m looking forward to this film as I do all of Von Trier’s work. He is certainly an interesting filmaker. Oh, I guess I envy your liking comic book movies too. I just can’t abide them. At least your tastes are so varied that you view Von Trier’s work and have a very good take on what they are about. Excellent. Good luck with these ‘puritantical’ posters. They know not what they do. Such anger covering their fears. Von Trier’s work is pretty successful when it can uncover and reveal these kinds of feelings. Later, Grim…

      • GrimReaper07

        Yeah, I love and study film so I’ve gotten used to liking any sort of movie that achieves its goal, as long as its worthwhile. These Marvel movies are nothing to write home about, but they’re fun stupid entertainment and know it, so I enjoy them as much. I haven’t even followed Von Trier’s work that much (I’ve only seen a couple of his films), but the arguments people throw at this movie are just ridiculous and close-minded.

      • Bo

        Again, well said man. As the older and now deceased New Yorker critic Pauline Kael once said, ‘There is nothing wrong with watching, and liking, trash. As long as one knows it is trash. Von Trier is a trip, that’s for sure. And he certainly taps into an amazing vein of fear by witnessing these reactions from people. I think he’s terrific and love his work and am glad he’s making films. As I said, I just cannot abide the marvel movies. I actually get depressed watching them…lol… So I don’t….lol…And I get invigorated and energized when watching Von Trier’s films. Isn’t that wierd? Nah. Later…

      • Bo

        Again, well said and I agree with you. For some reason you and I seem to have taken up the mantle to discuss this subject with some of these frightened posters. It’s like trying to teach a pig to sing, Grim…it never works and it only irritates the pig. So good luck with it. Myself, I’m looking forward to this film as I do all of Von Trier’s work. He is certainly an interesting filmaker. Oh, I guess I envy your liking comic book movies too. I just can’t abide them. At least your tastes are so varied that you view Von Trier’s work and have a very good take on what they are about. Excellent. Good luck with these ‘puritantical’ posters. They know not what they do. Such anger covering their fears. Von Trier’s work is pretty successful when it can uncover and reveal these kinds of feelings. Later, Grim…

      • cezar211091 .

        yeah,right.a director that can’t make anything but sick movies….and a porno

      • cezar211091 .

        i study psychology,and i’m quite sure there’s something wrong with von trier

    • Bo

      To label this porn reveals an ignorance that can and should be addressed by you as it’s yours. This type of work from an outstanding intelligent artist can only be understood by those who shed their fears and insecurities and judgments in order to try to understand what Von Trier is attempting to say and reveal in his work. Labeling it porn is silly and immature and reveals a lack of understanding. One can cultivate themselves and begin to see more clearly if one decides to educate themselves beyond the common herd mentality. It takes work, but can be done.

      • http://modmyi.com/forums/iphone-4-new-skins-themes-launches/740147-neurotech-hd.html#post5637502 Jay

        Explicit sex is only shown for purposes of arousal, regardless of the context in which it’s planted. A ‘smart’ porno is still porn. ‘Artistic’ porn is still porn.

      • GrimReaper07

        “Explicit sex is only shown for purposes of arousal”

        What? Says who? You?

        Its a movie about a Nymphomaniac. Not showing somewhat explicit sex wouldn’t make much sense in the context of the movie. Second off, the movie doesn’t seem to romanticize the idea of sex, and I very much doubt that the movie will make the sex scenes sexy in the same way that Shame didn’t. In fact, I’m willing to bet most of them will be hard to watch.

      • http://modmyi.com/forums/iphone-4-new-skins-themes-launches/740147-neurotech-hd.html#post5637502 Jay

        Yes, says me. I’m not against it – I don’t care what people choose to watch – but there’s only one reason to show explicit sex, and I told you the reason. Nothing you’ve said counters that reasoning.

      • GrimReaper07

        I take it you haven’t seen Shame then. Its far from arousing and far from being porn.

      • http://modmyi.com/forums/iphone-4-new-skins-themes-launches/740147-neurotech-hd.html#post5637502 Jay

        I’m not even sure what you’re arguing with me about.

      • GrimReaper07

        That you’re saying that explicit sex is exclusive to porn for some reason, as if it wasn’t a part of everyday life that could be used in art.

      • http://modmyi.com/forums/iphone-4-new-skins-themes-launches/740147-neurotech-hd.html#post5637502 Jay

        Oh, I see – and you think that just because it’s art that exempts it from being pornographic. I’m an artist, so you’ll have to trust me on this: Porn-as-art, art-as-porn; they’re not as different as you think.

        Know how to tell if it’s porn? If you’re watching a sexually explicit scene while sitting next to your grandmother and you feel uncomfortable, then it’s porn. If you don’t feel uncomfortable in that situation then I simply hope I never meet you because you’re probably a psychopath.

      • GrimReaper07

        So… Irreversible’s rape scene counts as porn? You have a VERY weird definition of porn. Since when does all art have to make you comfortable? If a movie makes you feel uncomfortable and has a point to it, then thats the sign of a great film. Calling me a psychopath just makes you look silly and immediately makes me take you less seriously. Any kind of sex scene would be uncomfortable with my grandmother, explicit or not. That doesn’t even remotely make it porn.

      • cezar211091 .

        well,the length of the rape scene was necessary for the brutal realism,but atleast is wasn’t very explicit,except for la tenia’s weenie(cgi).

      • GrimReaper07

        When it comes to rape though, the level of explicitness drops though, at least for me. I find that its far less shocking for a movie to feature unsimulated sex than a 4 minute long one shot rape scene that looks so real.

      • cezar211091 .

        hmmm

      • Guest

        alright,go watch as much von trier crap as you want.your mind must be as sick as his

      • http://modmyi.com/forums/iphone-4-new-skins-themes-launches/740147-neurotech-hd.html#post5637502 Jay

        What are you going on about? You seem to be having trouble understanding what you read.

      • Bo

        Grim, I hope you are re-reading all these posts as I’ve seemed to joined in attempting to teach the pig to sing. Ain’t having muc luck, are you? I enjoy and respect your keeping a calm and clear perspective as you reply to these posters. Good stuff, man.

      • Bo

        Grim, I hope you are re-reading all these posts as I’ve seemed to joined in attempting to teach the pig to sing. Ain’t having muc luck, are you? I enjoy and respect your keeping a calm and clear perspective as you reply to these posters. Good stuff, man.

      • Bo

        Well what the hell is ‘wrong’ with porn? Why this need to judge and condemn porn? It’s just sex and the masses embrace it as the porn industry takes in as much, if not more, than the regular movie industry. I’m talking like 6 to 7 billion dollars yearly. So someone is watching this dirty, nasty bad, bad porn. We have to grow up and leave our childhood Sunday school teachings/programming behind otherwise we remain mindless puppets of the culture and mostly the Christian teachings. Sex is bad and dirty. Man oh man. Such a waste of life to remain imprisioned in childhood dicisions and values. It takes courage and awareness to toss aside those silly teachings and when in adulthood take another more mature and educated look at life.

      • cezar211091 .

        my problem with porn is that is reduces our sisters(women) to nothing but flesh

      • Bo

        Good point, cezar. I cannot disagree with you here as it does indeed reduce women to sexual objects. And look, I am not a fan of porn. I find it boring and without merit. However, if one researches Von Trier’s film company one would find that his company made three highly regarded (in Europe) porn films with real stories and generated towards women’s sensibilities. This doesn’t surprise me as I’ve always found that Von Trier’s work usually deals with the abuse of women at the hands of men.That was certainly the case in Dogville and most certainly in AntiChrist. So cezar, it might behove you to take a closer look at Von Trier’s work instead of judging him so harshly because I find your judgements misdirected. I’m just saying…to think about it about it a bit more. Okay? Peace to you my new friend.

      • cezar211091 .

        peace,man.i see what you mean.yeah,dogville might be his only movie i like,but,like i said in the deleted comment,he like to shock.he stated that a movie should be like a rock in your shoes,that gives me a clue on what his base is.that i don’t like

      • cezar211091 .

        i couldn’t seriously watch nymphomaniac with anyone beside me.

      • Bo

        To my way of thinking, cezar, good art should shock. Van Gogh’s paintings ‘shocked’ the art world/painting world establishment at the time. He never sold a painting because they all were too ‘shocked’ to see and appreciate what he was seeing and painting; now he’s one of the most famous genius painters the world has ever known. Picasso shocked the world with his abstracts, etc. Same now is true of him. As Kafka was known to have said about writing, “A book should be an ax to break up the frozen sea within us.” So if we have a man using the film medium to express himself and he shocks people with his work then we are very lucky indeed. Perhaps you’re problem with the graphic sex says more about you, cezar, than about Von Trier and his work. And I mean that in a good way. For me, most sex scenes in American movies and silly, childish, immature and nothing like the sex I have experienced. It’s pretense…false…only meant to titilate the audience without offending to ratings board. Show Von Trier showing sex graphically has a definite artistic point. My favorite filmmaker, Stanley Kubrick, has stated that he was looking for ways to shoot a film showing sex graphically as cinema sex as we know it is unreal and unworthy of serious discussion. So Von Trier is a visionary in my mind and has been since his first works. Anyway, we each have our own baggage that we carry around daily. Good art can shine the light of awareness upon that baggage and thus help us to rid ourselves of it. Think about it, cezar. You seem like an interesting young guy and as I’ve said before I wish you the best in all your creative endeavors. Peace.

      • cezar211091 .

        yes,it should shock in a good way,but,come on.all of those are a completely different type of shock.its the use of unsimulated sex that put me off about von trier.glad to hear you like kubrick,i’m a huge,huge,huge,huge kubrick fan.thanks alot,friend.peace

      • Bo

        Yea, Kubrick was the Man in my book. Listen, cezar…ya gotta take a look at this being bothered by the unsimulated sex thing. Why does that bother you…and so much? Also, I haven’t seen this film yet. Have you? It depends on how Von Trier presents this sex. I might not it myself. It just depends on how he intergrates it into his story and the over-all film. Also, Kubrick filmed some pretty explicit sex in Eyes Wide Shut and was forced at the last moment, just before his death, to insert CGI characters to block the sex or he’d of been saddled with an X rating. This is going to happen in films, cezar. It already is and has been from several European films I’m too lazy to look up and name for you. So reconsider perhaps? Give Von Trier a chance and watch the film first before making such harsh judgments before seeing the film. Otherwise you sound like some religious fanatic nut job filled with horror regarding sex. And that doesn’t seem to me to be who you are; not from having this discourse with you, which I’ve been enjoying, by the way. Take care.

      • cezar211091 .

        no,i haven’t seen it.i like a sex scene that is romantic,and might i say,hot.no,its not religion,but i do have my principles.i feel like it ruins the beauty of intimate sex between two people when you project it in a film about people with an insatiable desire to fuck,and even more when it shows it in a graphic manner.i love my girlfriend very much,maybe my emotional connection to her makes me dislike this film.

      • cezar211091 .

        maybe people changed in the last decades.the last time a director made a ,,fleshy,,film like this,it was universally panned(the movie is caligula,by the way).my motto is don’t let the system shape you.i rarely fall for what the masses consider good or bad.the same people listen to miley cyrus.

      • cezar211091 .

        by the way,if i ever become a director,i want to make a movie about caligula.i’m fascinated by this emperor

      • Bo

        Interesting regarding the girlfriend thing, cezar. That is putting it pretty personal, but that’s cool. Caligula, by the way was a terrible movie about an interesting person. The scum bag guy from Penthouse inserted a lot of very graphic sex shots into the film that the actors had no idea were going to be in there. The film was a mess and I don’t blame anyone for being offended by it. However, that is not the case with this film or any of Von Trier’s work. He is controversial, but also a highly, internationally respected, filmmaker. None of his actors are ‘made’ to do anything they don’t want or agree to do as you suggested one reason for your disliking graphic sex in film. It’s just Realism in film, cezar. Not to everyone’s taste, certainly not to yours. That’s okay. Be careful not to label or denounce an important artist just because his work doesn’t suit your taste. I look forward to seeing this film and will refrain from judging it until then. I would hope you would and will do the same. You seem to curious, intelligent and creative yourself to do otherwise. Take care, cezar. Wish we could both discuss our thoughts after we’ve both seen it, but that isn’t likely. As always, best to you…and to you and your gal.

      • cezar211091 .

        all the best to you,too,friend.

      • cezar211091 .

        are you american?

      • Bo

        Interesting regarding the girlfriend thing, cezar. That is putting it pretty personal, but that’s cool. Caligula, by the way was a terrible movie about an interesting person. The scum bag guy from Penthouse inserted a lot of very graphic sex shots into the film that the actors had no idea were going to be in there. The film was a mess and I don’t blame anyone for being offended by it. However, that is not the case with this film or any of Von Trier’s work. He is controversial, but also a highly, internationally respected, filmmaker. None of his actors are ‘made’ to do anything they don’t want or agree to do as you suggested one reason for your disliking graphic sex in film. It’s just Realism in film, cezar. Not to everyone’s taste, certainly not to yours. That’s okay. Be careful not to label or denounce an important artist just because his work doesn’t suit your taste. I look forward to seeing this film and will refrain from judging it until then. I would hope you would and will do the same. You seem to curious, intelligent and creative yourself to do otherwise. Take care, cezar. Wish we could both discuss our thoughts after we’ve both seen it, but that isn’t likely. As always, best to you…and to you and your gal.

      • cezar211091 .

        my friend,i’m european myself

      • cezar211091 .

        these comments look like they came out of nowhere.

      • cezar211091 .

        i also like a good exhilarating thrill ride,like gravity

      • cezar211091 .

        i hope you excuse me for not using capital letters,i’m too lazy.

      • cezar211091 .

        my problem with porn is that is reduces our sisters(women) to nothing but flesh

      • cezar211091 .

        nah,sex is great

      • cezar211091 .

        nah,sex is great

      • Bo

        Well what the hell is ‘wrong’ with porn? Why this need to judge and condemn porn? It’s just sex and the masses embrace it as the porn industry takes in as much, if not more, than the regular movie industry. I’m talking like 6 to 7 billion dollars yearly. So someone is watching this dirty, nasty bad, bad porn. We have to grow up and leave our childhood Sunday school teachings/programming behind otherwise we remain mindless puppets of the culture and mostly the Christian teachings. Sex is bad and dirty. Man oh man. Such a waste of life to remain imprisioned in childhood dicisions and values. It takes courage and awareness to toss aside those silly teachings and when in adulthood take another more mature and educated look at life.

      • Guest

        sex belongs in porn and private lives,not a cinema screen,you prick

      • Bo

        This angry name calling covers up big time fear. People who get angry and name call refuse to feel what is really bothering them. Fear. Why are you so afraid of sex. Of porn? Why do you get so upset and angry about it? Those are important questions and most people never ask themselves and attempt to grow from whatever answers might arise. I feel for you, but I’m hardly a prick. There is also nothing wrong with porn. Where is belongs is not your call. If you think Von Trier is a porn maker than don’t go see his film. Sex belongs only in porn and private lives. Where are you getting these ideas? Who taught them to you? You didn’t form them yourselves; it’s a programmed mostly Christain based teaching of sex being bad and dirty. I don’t mean to be mean, but people need to grow up and form values of their own instead of remaining robots who are unaware that their thoughts and minds are not even their own. Take care and try to relax. None of this sex or porn is going to harm you so you are in no danger. Peace.

      • Bo

        This angry name calling covers up big time fear. People who get angry and name call refuse to feel what is really bothering them. Fear. Why are you so afraid of sex. Of porn? Why do you get so upset and angry about it? Those are important questions and most people never ask themselves and attempt to grow from whatever answers might arise. I feel for you, but I’m hardly a prick. There is also nothing wrong with porn. Where is belongs is not your call. If you think Von Trier is a porn maker than don’t go see his film. Sex belongs only in porn and private lives. Where are you getting these ideas? Who taught them to you? You didn’t form them yourselves; it’s a programmed mostly Christain based teaching of sex being bad and dirty. I don’t mean to be mean, but people need to grow up and form values of their own instead of remaining robots who are unaware that their thoughts and minds are not even their own. Take care and try to relax. None of this sex or porn is going to harm you so you are in no danger. Peace.

      • Guest

        i’m a movie fanatic since childhood,and i know what this movie is-porn.explicit sex belong in porn and private people’s lives,not a cinema screen.unsimulated sex shows what a perverse mind this director has.

      • Bo

        Well, film fanatic or not Guest have you even seen the film yet? When an artist gets this kind of reaction from people he’s obviously on to something important. One’s reactions are very important and worth dissecting. To judge and condemn and remain in a form of ignorance is very heavy and only helps one remain stunted in any growth of intelligence of perceptions. Again, why these reactions? Why are they so condemning and judgmental? These reactions sound like old ladies yammering with their priests about the evils of sex. Who wants to be like that? This private lives stuff. Where did you get all that? Again, it sounds like a teacher or a preacher laying their trip on to others and that trip is a pretty ignorant one. Von Trier has the right to make these films and I and others have the right to go and see them. Who are you and others to tell us we don’t have that right? That this stuff must be swept under the rug and remain private? Von Trier is an artist and is shining the light on this form of ignorance; he’s bringing it our of the dark ages of ignorance and if it upsets you than good. That being upset is what needs to be looked at. Stop killing the messenger. Take responsibility for your own feelings and thoughts and where they came from and who taught them to you. Then grow up and change them from a mature, adult perspective instead of remaining with the values you’ve been programmed to have. I know this is heavy stuff, but it’s what Von Trier is all about. Best to understand rather than condemn. Or not…lol…up to you. Peace.

      • Bo

        Well, film fanatic or not Guest have you even seen the film yet? When an artist gets this kind of reaction from people he’s obviously on to something important. One’s reactions are very important and worth dissecting. To judge and condemn and remain in a form of ignorance is very heavy and only helps one remain stunted in any growth of intelligence of perceptions. Again, why these reactions? Why are they so condemning and judgmental? These reactions sound like old ladies yammering with their priests about the evils of sex. Who wants to be like that? This private lives stuff. Where did you get all that? Again, it sounds like a teacher or a preacher laying their trip on to others and that trip is a pretty ignorant one. Von Trier has the right to make these films and I and others have the right to go and see them. Who are you and others to tell us we don’t have that right? That this stuff must be swept under the rug and remain private? Von Trier is an artist and is shining the light on this form of ignorance; he’s bringing it our of the dark ages of ignorance and if it upsets you than good. That being upset is what needs to be looked at. Stop killing the messenger. Take responsibility for your own feelings and thoughts and where they came from and who taught them to you. Then grow up and change them from a mature, adult perspective instead of remaining with the values you’ve been programmed to have. I know this is heavy stuff, but it’s what Von Trier is all about. Best to understand rather than condemn. Or not…lol…up to you. Peace.

      • cezar211091 .

        watch irreversble with monica belluci,that is a meaningful film

      • Bo

        Well, I did go see the film when it came out. I can’t tell here if you are being ironic, sarcastic or what cezar. It was an interesting film and the director is an interesting filmmaker as I’ve seen most of his work. Although I like some of it, mostly it doesn’t speak to me. Irreversable of pretty rough stuff. I thought the anal rape scene was very heavy and went on a bit too long for me, but that was the filmmaker’s choice. Still, it’s better than your average simplistic and dumb American movie made for the herd mentality. That’s just my opinion for whatever it’s worth…and I wouldn’t put too much worth in it…lol..Did you like Irreversable, cezar? Ummm….just funnin’ with you here, man. Try to relax. Read and think what the Grim guy is posting as well as myself. I think you’ve got yourselve all twisted up in an ignorant rant about sex and porn. Von Trier is not as you percieve him, but instead an important artist and filmmaker. It would serve you best to see and respect that. You don’t have to like his work, but to label him sick and blah blah blah is just childish and immature. You can do better than that. Again, just relax. You’re not in any danger here. Von Trier is harmless. He just makes films. Okay?

      • cezar211091 .

        no,his film company makes porn.i can’t have respect for a man like him.he’s no important filmmaker,just a looney that wants to projects his sick worldview on a cinema screen.i like to see a good sex scene in a movie,but one that shows genitalia is too much.if i want to see that,i think i’ll just stick to porn,atleast porn doesn’t have the nerve to call itself art.my father is a painter,myself am a painter and i make jazz music,i love to create something everyday,and i love cinema(i did say i sudy psychology,its true).

      • Bo

        Good luck to you and your artistic pursuits, cezar. I do hate to see fellow artists have such judgmental responses to other artists and their work, but so be it. And I studied and practice psychology myself. Also, I hope people aren’t as harsh about your work as you are of Von Trier’s. We are not going to ever become in agreement here, go again, good luck to you.

      • cezar211091 .

        thanks,i wish you good luck in your endeavours too

      • cezar211091 .

        thanks,i wish you good luck in your endeavours too

      • GrimReaper07

        So any piece of art with a negative view of the world is immediately garbage and made by looneys? Cause let me tell you, there’s plenty wrong with the world. Movies that criticize society tend to be much more interesting than Romantic comedy # 120 that states that women can’t be happy unless they have a man.

      • cezar211091 .

        i didn’t say negative worldview,i said sick.yes,this fella made a movie about fucking,with vulgar shots of human genitalia

      • cezar211091 .

        i agree on movie that criticize society,they’re my favorite.my favorite film era is the 70s(with the late 60s,early 80s included)-the best stuff was made then,even my favorite series is from that decade(MASH).

      • cezar211091 .

        i know,man.there is more wrong than both of us are aware of.

      • cezar211091 .

        alright,i admit it.the thing i don’t like about von trier’s movie is the use of unsimulated sex.

      • cezar211091 .

        no,his film company makes porn.i can’t have respect for a man like him.he’s no important filmmaker,just a looney that wants to projects his sick worldview on a cinema screen.i like to see a good sex scene in a movie,but one that shows genitalia is too much.if i want to see that,i think i’ll just stick to porn,atleast porn doesn’t have the nerve to call itself art.my father is a painter,myself am a painter and i make jazz music,i love to create something everyday,and i love cinema(i did say i sudy psychology,its true).

      • cezar211091 .

        live long and prosper

      • cezar211091 .

        hey,where’s my other comment

      • cezar211091 .

        live long and prosper

      • Bo

        Well, I did go see the film when it came out. I can’t tell here if you are being ironic, sarcastic or what cezar. It was an interesting film and the director is an interesting filmmaker as I’ve seen most of his work. Although I like some of it, mostly it doesn’t speak to me. Irreversable of pretty rough stuff. I thought the anal rape scene was very heavy and went on a bit too long for me, but that was the filmmaker’s choice. Still, it’s better than your average simplistic and dumb American movie made for the herd mentality. That’s just my opinion for whatever it’s worth…and I wouldn’t put too much worth in it…lol..Did you like Irreversable, cezar? Ummm….just funnin’ with you here, man. Try to relax. Read and think what the Grim guy is posting as well as myself. I think you’ve got yourselve all twisted up in an ignorant rant about sex and porn. Von Trier is not as you percieve him, but instead an important artist and filmmaker. It would serve you best to see and respect that. You don’t have to like his work, but to label him sick and blah blah blah is just childish and immature. You can do better than that. Again, just relax. You’re not in any danger here. Von Trier is harmless. He just makes films. Okay?

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  • The Flobbit

    You have a blessed life.

    • cezar211091 .

      hey flobbit,you got nothing to say here,man?

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