Lars von Trier
Chaos Reigns
Von Trier's Dogme 95 manifesto movie provoked a firestorm of reactions when it premiered in Cannes in 1998; now, MUBI will re-release the film theatrically for its 25th anniversary.
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"I have to find something completely new to say," von Trier said of any possible next projects.
But before "chaos reigns" became a mantra, Lars von Trier's terrifying portrait of grief didn't receive the genre appreciation it deserved.
Two years after working on von Trier's "very demanding" film "Antichrist," Gainsbourg starred opposite Kirsten Dunst in the apocalyptic drama.
MUBI releases the third and final season of von Trier's long-gestating hospital horror-comedy this November.
"I just have to get used to that I shake and not be shameful in front of people," the auteur said. "And then continue, because what else should I do?"
This is the first we've seen from the Danish provocateur since 2018's "The House That Jack Built."
The director is receiving treatment and "in good spirits," but will be keeping a lower public profile.
"The Kingdom" marks the first TV show acquired by MUBI, with Season 3 set to premiere at 2022 Venice Film Festival.
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