Posts Tagged ‘Lars Von Trier’


Posted on April 11th, 2015 by Joseph A. Hazani

  In Nymphomaniac we are told a short story on the history of a particular woman not so much battling an addiction as expressing herself uncontrollably sexually, without shame in it. The main course of the tale is told to an asexual man who rescues her from an alleyway and attempts to revive her. Such […]


Posted on November 29th, 2014 by Joseph A. Hazani

  I enjoy Lars von Trier chiefly because he knows how to be experimental with film. He is audacious yet it is with the intent to tell a story, to be metaphorical versus sheer visceral. So yes, his images bend toward novelty, but it is in the larger, grander composition of conveying a meaningful symbol […]