A knife in the throat, suspended leg, a bloody Uma Thurman in the vehicle, a sniper game, with bullets, riding with a corpse in the bag the faint of heart need not watch.
Enfant awful Lars von Trier returned to the Cannes Film Festival on Monday night and became the first director of 2018 to see mass walkouts take place. I understand Hitler, ' he said. "But come on! I'm not for the Second World War, and I'm not against Jews".
Matt Dillon in The House That Jack Built. Time and again we've heard about movies that have left audience members fainting in the aisles but have actually turned out to be considerably tamer than first believed.
This is a view that's summed up by Jack in the trailer: "Some people claim that the atrocities we commit in our fiction are those inner desires we can not commit in out controlled civilisation, so they are expressed instead through our art".
The film is a full-blown slasher and boasts a cast that includes Matt Dillon, Uma Thurman, Bruno Ganz, and Riley Keough.
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I feel a bit ambivalent about this film.
The trailer for "The House That Jack Built" can be viewed following this article. Plus, Dillon's flowery narration induced some slight eye-rolling.
The 62-year-old Danish director is known for controversy, but his latest movie really is sparking strong reactions.
Recall that Lars von Trier and one of the main roles of his new movie "Nymphomaniac", Shia LaBeouf shocked the audience at the Berlin film festival in 2014. The House That Jack Built premieres at Cannes today (May 14), so we'll likely hear how the film is sooner rather than later.
IFC Films is set to release "Jack" in US theaters in the fall. The film follows him for 12 years profiling his murders. The story that will unfold in the 70-80-ies of XX century, tells about a maniac named Jack. As the inevitable police intervention is drawing nearer, he is taking greater and greater risks in his attempt to create the ultimate artwork. Let us know what you think.
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