Melancholia

November 16, 2012 at 10:32 pm | Posted in 2011 | Leave a comment

So, I suppose it’s safe to call this a kinder, softer Lars Von Trier movie.  By which, one would mean depressing, bizarre, but only slightly anti-western culture.  For those who love his films, this is probably right up your alley.  Everyone else will likely find it long, tedious, inexplicable in parts and wholly lacking in any attempt at insight.  I will say that the film started with a series of beautiful and compelling images.  But don’t worry; they only lasted for 6 minutes.  You’re free to be bored after that.

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