Tagged: Nymphomaniac: Volume I

Review: Lars von Trier’s Nymphomaniac: Volume I (2013) Theatrical Cut – Split in Half, Heavily Censored and Still Incredibly Awesome


Seligman (Stellan Skarsgård) is lonely middle-aged man doing some evening shopping before going home to his sad apartment. On his way home he finds Joe (Charlotte Gainsbourg) lying in the cold alley. She looks beat up and bruised. It’s snowing and cold outside. Seligman decides her to bring her to his place to clean her up and make her rest. After some tea and rugelach Joe starts to gain some strength and begins to talk about her life. Joe is a nymphomaniac, a sex addict. Seligman seems to be asexual, but he listens attentively and compares Joe’s tales to music, literature and fly fishing.  Continue reading

Lars von Trier Rocking His ‘Persona Non Grata’ T-Shirt at the Berlin International Film Festival

Lars von Trier is awesome. If you needed more proof of that he’s not only an amazing director, but also a marketing genius: Here’s a picture of how he showed up at the red carpet for the premiere of the uncut version of Nymphomaniac: Volume I at the Berlin International Film Festival. After making some unfortunate jokes about Hitler during the 64th Cannes Film Festival of 2011, when his penultimate film Melancholia won Kirsten Dunst the Best Actress Award, he was declared Persona Non GrataContinue reading