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Lars von Trier has quickly become one of my five favorite directors. I should make a post about him… you know, once I finish watching all of his films (currently ten for sixteen!).

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This post is part of the LAMBs in the Directors Chair Event #28 on Lars von Trier. Read more here.

Lars von Trier, the controversial Dane who helmed such audience-dividing films as The Idiots and Antichrist, is the subject of this special post, in which I quickly review every single feature film he has ever directed, since I’m fortunate enough to have seen each one of them. All in all, he has directed fifteen feature films thus far (some of these made for TV), but how do they all hold up after critical analysis? Let’s start from the beginning.

Befrielsesbilleder (aka Images of a Relief)(1982): This genuinely disturbing prisoners-of-war film is more of an experiment than anything else for Lars von Trier. Available as a DVD extra or via YouTube, the film is only an hour long and doesn’t really make any sense at first…

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    Alyson said:
    July 13, 2012 at 2:49 pm

    I was trying to find your email address here but couldn’t locate it. I literally browsed everywhere. Can you please contact me at: alyson[at]ftframes.com
    It is regarding a writing opportunity!

    This is not a spam message by the way, although it might appear like it. Also if you could be kind, please remove this message once you have seen it so I don’t get emails by randomers.

      rots28 responded:
      July 13, 2012 at 8:10 pm

      sure it is.

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