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by Nigel M Smith
November 1, 2013 8:37 AM
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Watch: Shia LaBeouf in a Very NSFW Clip From Lars von Trier's 'Nymphomaniac

Lars von Trier, who has refrained from doing press following his 2011 Cannes gaffe, has been teasing his latest work, the two-part sexual epic "Nymphomaniac," with a lot of ingredients: a sly poster, a mysterious website, and four tantalizing clips. Today sees a fifth scene hit the web, this one NSFW.

The clip comes from the film's fifth chapter, titled "The Little Organ School." Here's a synopsis for the section per the "Nymphomaniac" website:

A chorale prelude by Bach: Three voices each with its own character, but in complete harmony. In other words:
POLYPHONY

The nymphomaniac is easily inspired, and acts it out.

"Nymphomaniac" opens in Denmark on Christmas Day. U.S. distributor Magnolia has yet to announce a stateside release date. Watch the clip below. Go here for the first clip, here for the second, here for the third featuring Uma Thurman, and here for the fourth.

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26 Comments

  • keerthi | April 8, 2014 12:16 PMReply

    sex

  • rachel angela | March 19, 2014 1:46 PMReply

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  • STB | February 10, 2014 10:58 PMReply

    Completely pretentious tripe.

  • lakawak | January 31, 2014 1:27 AMReply

    I can see why Shia LaBeoeuf ants to give up acting now. And it is obvious why the director put all the graphic nude scenes in the movie. Because every clip that doesn't have it is painfully boring to watch. When you know your movie is crap, add lots of nudity. Then when it bombs, claim it was because people are prudes. It's the Larry Clarke school of film making.

  • WhakyTabakee | March 5, 2014 2:03 AM

    You sir, know nothing about Larry Clarke, but thanks for showing your Epeen!

  • Wtf…. | February 21, 2014 10:00 PM

    So funny coming from someone who obviously knows nothing about film.. especially because this movie did the exact opposite of "bomb".

  • Orion | January 10, 2014 11:41 AMReply

    Oh my god it looks like real sex...Why is Shia taking on these job? No way @_@

  • Will | March 20, 2014 10:41 PM

    Actually is fake, and a cop-out. All the sex was performed by actual porn stars, and the actors upper bodies were digitally inserted over them. They didnt even have the balls or courage to actually do it for real. Totally destroys any validity or artistic message the film might have had. Cop-out, cop-out, cop-out.

  • STB | February 10, 2014 10:59 PM

    It was, under the guise of 'method acting'.

  • kara keçi | January 3, 2014 10:26 PMReply

    i m going to bathroom right now :)))

  • qq | November 19, 2013 11:50 AMReply

    I love Beethoven!

  • mike hurley | November 16, 2013 8:36 PMReply

    .....who makes love with all the lights on? People making a movie.

  • *m* | November 19, 2013 4:58 AM

    People who are comfortable with their bodies.

  • Ryan | November 3, 2013 11:43 PMReply

    The music is BWV 639, by Bach. This usage bugs me for two reasons. First of all, because I perform it frequently, and second of all (more importantly), because it is serious church music, according to the composer. There's a fine line between liberating classical music from traditional associations (like the church) and downright dirtying it (like a porno). This whole movie might be pretentious anyway, but Lars von Trier seems to have little or no respect for Bach, organists in general, and our Western musical heritage. He has also demoted a great (lesser known) work of music to the level of porno-soundtrack in the eyes of most viewers. Who among us has heard of this piece, or of the rest of the Orgelbüchlein (one of the foremost examples of Baroque Lutheran music)? Of those who have not, will you ever take it seriously in the future? Modern day iconoclasm is subtle and dangerous. We all need to take a shower.

  • Miskha | December 4, 2013 4:17 PM

    THANK you. The man should've had an original soundtrack composed. This is nothing short of anarchy.

    LVT is not a visionary. He's an exploitative, disrespectful, pervert.

  • Maybe just Artistic | December 2, 2013 9:11 PM

    Have you considered the artistic significance or possible underlying messages in using this music? I find it rather "punny" that sex, an act that involves many organs, is scored by one of our greatest organist's pieces! Knowing some of von Trier's earlier work, I think this movie will definitely be edgy, but not be a porno. I'm looking forward to more bold, artistic choices.

  • Looking Forward | November 4, 2013 5:30 AM

    I love the Bach. It is of tremendous spiritual power, of celebration and of prayer. But your objections are purely a matter of taste - how do you qualify whether something is, as you say, 'liberating classical music from traditional associations' and 'downright dirtying it'? From what I saw from the clip, it is quite purely just people having sex. And people have sex all the time, even during Bach's time. Just like people die all the time, in Haneke's Amour, where the BWV639 is also used.

    I do think though, that it is Von Trier's fault, if he uses music that rouses opinions like yours: he prevents some portions of the audience from fully engaging in what is presented, a synthesis of sound a picture, in the cinematic work. But then again one gets a sense he knows exactly what he is doing, and it would almost be banal to say it - after all, the spiritual qualities in man lie his fight with the earthly existence of flesh, no? So it is almost 'downright' appropriate, that such music of such spiritual power be used.

  • xrayvizhen | November 3, 2013 2:24 PMReply

    Holly crap does this look awful! Pretentious is a perfect word to describe it...also boring and weird.

  • Faruk Prodhan | November 3, 2013 3:44 AMReply

    I have made film Dark Dream. I want submit short film festival. You have about festival rules known to me.

  • L | November 1, 2013 10:28 PMReply

    Good God that looks horrible what a pretentious peice of garbage .

  • Cornelius Starship | November 1, 2013 6:44 PMReply

    "coming soon"

  • Jamie | November 1, 2013 2:23 PMReply

    Lol at youtube.

    I'm excited for this movie especially Uma Thurman. She's back!

  • lakawak | January 31, 2014 1:28 AM

    She's back? This is the kind of movie that ENDS careers...not revives them.

  • Alan | November 1, 2013 2:02 PMReply

    *yawn*

    Sex never looked so boring.

  • Jon Lovitz | November 1, 2013 1:19 PMReply

    ACTING!

  • Ray Shea | November 1, 2013 9:52 AMReply

    Music from Solaris. Nice.