One of the most debated films of our time, this beautiful, hypnotic and disturbing Lars von Trier film brought Charlotte Gainsbourg the Best Actress prize at Cannes, then electrified and scandalized audiences worldwide. Says von Trier: "I invite you for a tiny glimpse behind the curtain, a glimpse into the dark world of my imagination: into the nature of my fears, into the nature of ANTICHRIST...I suffered from depression. I couldn't work. Six months later, just as an exercise, I wrote a script, a kind of therapy. I did not follow my usual modus operandi. Scenes were added for no reason. Images were composed free of logic or dramatic thinking. They often came from dreams I was having, or dreams I'd had earlier. In any case, I can offer no excuse for ANTICHRIST."
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