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This collection of four films by Lars Von Trier contains a selection of some of the most dazzling, daring and devilish works of cinematic art from one of the world's foremost maverick directors... This collection of four films by Lars Von Trier contains a selection of some of the most dazzling, daring and devilish works of cinematic art from one of the world's foremost maverick directors...
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By turns profoundly moving, viscerally shocking, intellectually resonant and surprisingly funny, this collection of four films by Lars Von Trier contains a selection of some of the most dazzling, daring and devilish works of cinematic art from one of the world’s foremost maverick directors...

Breaking the Waves (1996)
A moving and uplifting but brutal assessment of love, faith, social pressure and human dignity, Breaking the Waves earned an Academy Award® nomination for Emily Watson in her breakthrough role and demonstrated to the world the power of Lars von Trier's filmmaking ability.
Sweden, France, Netherlands, Norway, Iceland, Spain | 152 mins. approx.; SPECIAL FEATURES: Commentary with Lars Von Trier & Anders Refn, Interview with Adrian Rawlins | Casting Tape | Promo Clip | Deleted & Extended scenes, Excerpts from the documentary Transformer - A film about Lars Von Trier

Antichrist (2009)
A grieving couple retreat to ’Eden’, their isolated cabin in the woods, where they hope to repair their broken hearts and troubled marriage. But nature takes its course and things go from bad to worse…
Denmark | 104 mins. approx.; SPECIAL FEATURES: Nine featurettes | Interviews with the cast | Commentary by Lars von Trier & Professor Murray Smith | Trailer

Melancholia (2011)
As Justine (Kirsten Dunst) arrives for her wedding reception in her sister's mansion home, her big day resurfaces a battle against her own inner demons. Whilst at the same time Earth is threatened by an imminent collision with Planet Melancholia – whose presence becomes increasingly ominous as the film moves towards its truly spectacular finale.
Denmark | 129 mins.; SPECIAL FEATURES: Four featurettes | Cast & Crew interviews | Commentary by Lars Von Trier & Professor Peter Schepelern | Trailer

Nymphomaniac Volume I & II (2013)
Lars von Trier's bold, brilliant and controversial new film tells the story of Joe (played by Charlotte Gainsbourg & newcomer Stacy Martin), a self-diagnosed nymphomaniac, from birth to the age of 50.
Volume I - Denmark, Germany, France, Belgium, UK | 113 mins. approx.; SPECIAL FEATURES: Interviews with Charlotte Gainsbourg, Shia LeBeouf, Stacy Martin & Stellan Skarsgard.
Volume II - Demmark, Germany, France, Belgium, UK | 119 mins. approx.; SPECIAL FEATURES: Q&A with Stellan Skarsgard, Stacey Martin & Sophie Kennedy Clark.

By turns profoundly moving, viscerally shocking, intellectually resonant and surprisingly funny, this collection of four films by Lars Von Trier contains a selection of some of the most dazzling, daring and devilish works of cinematic art from one of the world’s foremost maverick directors...

Breaking the Waves (1996)
A moving and uplifting but brutal assessment of love, faith, social pressure and human dignity, Breaking the Waves earned an Academy Award® nomination for Emily Watson in her breakthrough role and demonstrated to the world the power of Lars von Trier's filmmaking ability.
Sweden, France, Netherlands, Norway, Iceland, Spain | 152 mins. approx.; SPECIAL FEATURES: Commentary with Lars Von Trier & Anders Refn, Interview with Adrian Rawlins | Casting Tape | Promo Clip | Deleted & Extended scenes, Excerpts from the documentary Transformer - A film about Lars Von Trier

Antichrist (2009)
A grieving couple retreat to ’Eden’, their isolated cabin in the woods, where they hope to repair their broken hearts and troubled marriage. But nature takes its course and things go from bad to worse…
Denmark | 104 mins. approx.; SPECIAL FEATURES: Nine featurettes | Interviews with the cast | Commentary by Lars von Trier & Professor Murray Smith | Trailer

Melancholia (2011)
As Justine (Kirsten Dunst) arrives for her wedding reception in her sister's mansion home, her big day resurfaces a battle against her own inner demons. Whilst at the same time Earth is threatened by an imminent collision with Planet Melancholia – whose presence becomes increasingly ominous as the film moves towards its truly spectacular finale.
Denmark | 129 mins.; SPECIAL FEATURES: Four featurettes | Cast & Crew interviews | Commentary by Lars Von Trier & Professor Peter Schepelern | Trailer

Nymphomaniac Volume I & II (2013)
Lars von Trier's bold, brilliant and controversial new film tells the story of Joe (played by Charlotte Gainsbourg & newcomer Stacy Martin), a self-diagnosed nymphomaniac, from birth to the age of 50.
Volume I - Denmark, Germany, France, Belgium, UK | 113 mins. approx.; SPECIAL FEATURES: Interviews with Charlotte Gainsbourg, Shia LeBeouf, Stacy Martin & Stellan Skarsgard.
Volume II - Demmark, Germany, France, Belgium, UK | 119 mins. approx.; SPECIAL FEATURES: Q&A with Stellan Skarsgard, Stacey Martin & Sophie Kennedy Clark.

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SKU 5021866694306
Catalogue Number ART694DVD / ART106BD
Subtitle Four Films By Lars Von Trier
Product contents 5 DISCS
Year 1996 - 2013
Director Von Trier, Lars
Format DVD, Blu-Ray
Publisher(s) Artificial Eye
Countries Denmark
Colour Colour
Subtitles English, optional (Melancholia only)
Language(s) English
DVD region 2
Certificate 18

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