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Lars von Trier's NYMPHOMANIAC VOL. I & II (2013): Tough and brutal, not an easy one


As almost all previous von Trier’s works, “Nymphomaniac” requires the right mood and the right moment to be watched, Vol. I tells the story of the enigmatic Seligman, who lives his solitary life in a monk style’s apartment in a suburban area, it is unclear and perhaps not important where the story takes places. 563 more words

Film Reviews

Review: Nymphomaniac

On the Theatrical Cut

Lars von Trier’s Nymphomaniac is a film of extraordinary power. This is quite possibly the director’s best film since Dogville, and like that film, this is an experience that requires patience and an open mind. 860 more words

Film Reviews

Reviewing Nymphomaniac Volume I and II

Director:  Lars von Trier
Runtime: Volume I – 117 minutes , Volume II – 123 minutes
Starring: Charlotte Gainsbourg, Stellan Skarsgard, Stacy Martin

2 / 5… 850 more words


Harry Potter and the Nymphomaniac of Azkaban

Et en passant, juste pour le plaisir : ce petit .gif, remontage de l’excellent Nymphomaniac de Lars Von Trier, et du tout premier Harry Potter, … 6 more words

Femme BL

I Am Mine: Reclaiming the Vagina in Nymphomaniac Vol. I

The vagina is an enigma. Throughout history, religion has tried to hide it, politics have punished it and patriarchy has held it hostage. The rise of feminist movements in the 19th century began reclaiming ownership of the vagina, but even in the 21st century the word creates controversy and many women continue to restrain their sexual desires at the request of patriarchal regulations. 1,011 more words

Badass Files

The (Empty) Agony Of (Empty) Defeat: Nymphomaniac Vol. I/Vol. II

The infernal hurricane, which never rests,

Hurtles the spirits onwards in its rapine,

Whirling them round, and smiting, it molests them.

When they arrive before the precipice, 2,428 more words

Film Pravda

Lars and the real girl?

Is it ironic or intentional that Lars von Trier’s Nymphomaniac didn’t get much of a rise out of me? I wouldn’t call myself a von Trier fan, but I very much liked… 744 more words