ByNadia Robertson, writer at
Co-founder of 1931 Productions: a film production company with the mindset of making interesting, stylish and original films regardless of
Nadia Robertson

Lars von Trier does it again with the uncompromising and unapologetic cinematic gold NYMPHOMANIAC. Suprisingly softer and sweeter than expected, this sexually charged film lacks the exploitation one would expect upon hearing the plot and seeing the posters (which are so far in Part I, very a good way).

Lars explores the morality behind sexual lust and presents a rebellion against the concept of love without destruction. Another pleasant development in Lars' ever blossoming career as he depicts this story with the endearing childlike flourishes seen in a Wes Anderson movie. If you're interesting in exploring the depths of the sexual being, see NYMPHOMANIAC.

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