Here are some reviews of Danish films.

Danish movies

Nymphomaniac: Volume 2

Nymphomaniac: Volume 2

in Danish movies

Nymphomaniac’s second volume is a whole different affair (read our vol.1 review here) as the film takes a darker turn. While for the first 30mn Joe’s saga seems to continue as a joyous escapade – more particularly a sequence reminiscent of When Harry Meets Sally and a scene featuring an amusing ménage à trois – the story quickly changes tones […]

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Nymphomaniac: Volume 1

Nymphomaniac: Volume 1

in Danish movies

As I was watching the first volume of Lars Von Trier’s sex epic, Nymphomaniac, I couldn’t really figure out what all the fuss is about as this film isn’t as shocking as the mainstream media might want you to believe. Sure it does feature abundant full frontal nudity and explicit sex scenes – with some porn actors performing as “stunt” […]

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The Hunt

The Hunt

in Danish movies

Following recent and milder works, Thomas Vinterberg returns to the source, with a film in the vein of his critical success, the tormented Festen. Through the portraits of a family shattered by incest and a disoriented community dealing with a child abuse case, the director uses this film to vehicle his fears. Wrongly accused by the daughter of his best friend of having […]

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