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Nymphomaniac: Vol. I (2013)

  • Rate: 7.5/10 total 14,780 votes 
  • Genre: Drama
  • Release Date: 25 December 2013 (Denmark)
  • Runtime: 118 min | 145 min (uncut version)
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Nymphomaniac: Vol. I (2013)


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  • IMDb page: Nymphomaniac: Vol. I (2013)
  • Rate: 7.5/10 total 14,780 votes 
  • Genre: Drama
  • Release Date: 25 December 2013 (Denmark)
  • Runtime: 118 min | 145 min (uncut version)
  • Filming Location: Hilden, North Rhine-Westphalia, Germany
  • Gross: $158,369 (USA) (21 March 2014)
  • Director: Lars von Trier
  • Stars: Charlotte Gainsbourg, Stellan Skarsgård, Stacy Martin | See full cast and crew »
  • Soundtrack: Carnival of the Animals: The Swan (Le Cygne)
  • Sound Mix: Dolby Digital (Dolby 5.1)
  • Plot Keyword: Nymphomaniac | Fishing | Controversial | Tree | Fly Fishing

Writing Credits By:

    (in alphabetical order)

  • Lars von Trier 

Known Trivia

  • Shia LaBeouf was asked to send pictures of his penis in order to obtain his role. He subsequently decided to send in personal sex tapes of him and his girlfriend having sex in order to convince Lars von Trier to cast him. 152 of 155 found this interesting Interesting? YesNo |
  • Along with Nymphomaniac: Vol. II (2013), the final part of the “Trilogy of Depression” also including Antichrist (2009) and Melancholia (2011), all of which star Charlotte Gainsbourg. 78 of 87 found this interesting Interesting? YesNo |
  • Originally, this movie and Nymphomaniac: Vol. II (2013) were shot as one movie and were originally intended to be released as one cut. Due to its length it was split into two movies. 19 of 20 found this interesting Interesting? YesNo |
  • Nicole Kidman was cast as Mrs. H but she dropped out due to scheduling conflicts. 42 of 52 found this interesting Interesting? YesNo |
  • Lars von Trier’s ninth feature film in which Udo Kier has been cast. 31 of 38 found this interesting Interesting? YesNo |
  • Banned in Turkey. 14 of 16 found this interesting Interesting? YesNo |
  • Liam Hemsworth turned down the part of Jerôme. 21 of 26 found this interesting Interesting? YesNo |
  • Nymphomaniac: Vol. I (2013) is the second film featuring Uma Thurman to be cut into two films due to length issues. The first was Kill Bill: Vol. 1 (2003) and Kill Bill: Vol. 2 (2004). 2 of 3 found this interesting Interesting? YesNo |
  • While the film features unsimulated sex, exposed genitals and penetration were digital compositions of pornographic actors onto the bodies of the film’s actors. Is this interesting? Interesting? YesNo |

Goofs: Errors in geography: The train carriage where the two girls pick up strangers is German, but the ticket collector is wearing a British Railways uniform from the 1970s.

Plot: A self-diagnosed nymphomaniac recounts her erotic experiences to the man who saved her after a beating.  »

Story: A man named Seligman finds a fainted wounded woman in an alley and he brings her home. She tells him that her name is Joe and that she is nymphomaniac. Joe tells her life and sexual experiences with hundreds of men since she was a young teenager while Seligman tells about his hobbies, such as fly fishing, reading about Fibonacci numbers or listening to organ music. Written byClaudio Carvalho, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

FullCast & Crew

Produced By:

  • Bettina Brokemper known as executive co-producer
  • Marie Cecilie Gade known as executive producer
  • Peter Garde known as executive producer
  • Bert Hamelinck known as co-producer
  • Marianne Jul Hansen known as line producer
  • Peter Aalbæk Jensen known as executive producer
  • Marianne Slot known as co-producer
  • Sascha Verhey known as line producer: Germany
  • Louise Vesth known as producer

FullCast & Crew:

  • Charlotte Gainsbourg known as Joe
  • Stellan Skarsgård known as Seligman
  • Stacy Martin known as Young Joe
  • Shia LaBeouf known as Jerôme
  • Christian Slater known as Joe's Father
  • Uma Thurman known as Mrs. H
  • Sophie Kennedy Clark known as B
  • Connie Nielsen known as Joe's Mother
  • Ronja Rissmann known as Joe – 2 Years
  • Maja Arsovic known as Joe – 7 years
  • Sofie Kasten known as B -10 Years
  • Ananya Berg known as Joe – 10 Years
  • Anders Hove known as Odin
  • James Northcote known as Young Lad 1 on Train
  • Charlie Hawkins known as Young Lad 2 on Train
  • Clayton Nemrow known as Married Man on Train
  • Simon Böer known as Man Uninterested
  • Jeff Burrell known as Man on Train 1
  • Andreas Grötzinger known as Man 2 on Train
  • Jens Albinus known as S
  • Tomas Spencer known as Conductor (as Tomas Sinclair Spencer)
  • Jesse Inman known as Man A Having Sex
  • Christoph Schechinger known as Man B Having Sex
  • David Halina known as Man C Having Sex
  • Jonas Baeck known as Man D Having Sex
  • Katharina Rübertus known as Joe's Girlfriend – 18 Years
  • Inga Behring known as Joe's Girlfriend – 18 Years
  • Lisa Matschke known as Joe's Girlfriend – 18 Years
  • Moritz Tellmann known as Doctor Performing Abortion
  • Felicity Gilbert known as Secretary
  • Katharina Hubertus known as Joe's girlfriends, 18 years
  • Johannes Kienast known as Man Who Cannot Touch Joe
  • Jesper Christensen known as Jerôme's Uncle
  • Hugo Speer known as Mr. H
  • Frankie Dawson known as H's Boy 1
  • George Dawson known as H's Boy 2
  • George Dawson known as H's Boy 2
  • Harry Dawson known as H's Boy 3
  • Cyron Melville known as A
  • Peter Gilbert Cotton known as Doctor 1
  • Saskia Reeves known as Nurse
  • Markus Tomczyk known as Young Man in Hospital
  • Christoph Jöde known as Man in Window
  • Nicolas Bro known as F
  • Christian Gade Bjerrum known as G
  • Udo Kier known as The Waiter
  • Kate Ashfield known as Therapist (uncredited)
  • Jean-Marc Barr known as Debtor gentleman (uncredited)
  • Jamie Bell known as K (uncredited)
  • Tine Burn known as Joe's girlfriends, 12 years (uncredited)
  • Tania Carlin known as Renée (uncredited)
  • Laura Christensen known as Babysitter (uncredited)
  • Christopher Craig known as Man 4 in car (uncredited)
  • Conny Dachs known as Debtor gets whipped (uncredited)
  • Willem Dafoe known as L (uncredited)
  • Thomas Eickhoff known as Passenger (uncredited)
  • Caroline Goodall known as Psychologist (uncredited)
  • Mia Goth known as P (uncredited)
  • Daniela Lebang known as Bruneda (uncredited)
  • Jacob Levin-Christensen known as Marcel, 3 year (uncredited)
  • Sami Loris known as Doctor 2 (uncredited)
  • Papou known as Black man 2 (uncredited)
  • Michael Pas known as Old Jerôme (uncredited)
  • Ivan Pecnik known as Man 2 in car (uncredited)
  • Janine Romanowski known as The Whore of Babylon (uncredited)
  • Shanti Roney known as Interpreter (uncredited)
  • Nicole Sandweg known as Madame (uncredited)
  • Jonathan Sawdon known as Man 3 in Car (uncredited)
  • Omar Shargawi known as Thug 1 (uncredited)
  • Lawrence Sheldon known as Man 1 in Car (uncredited)
  • Sarah Soetaert known as Boss (uncredited)
  • Tabea Tarbiat known as Valeria Messalina (uncredited)
  • Christine Urspruch known as Little My (uncredited)
  • Lien Van de Kelder known as Clerk in horse shop (uncredited)
  • Severin von Hoensbroech known as Debtor in Greenhouse (uncredited)



Supporting Department

Makeup Department:
  • Dennis Knudsen known as makeup designer
  • Astrid Weber known as makeup artist

Art Department:

  • Cecilie Hellner known as property master
  • Karl Júlíusson known as set drawings
  • Daniel Kolarov known as property
  • Chris Lievens known as property: Belgium
  • Jesper Lorents known as property master
  • Natascha Matzat known as props trainee
  • Lorenzo Sartor known as carpenter




Production Companies:

  • Zentropa Entertainments
  • Zentropa International Köln (co-production)
  • Heimatfilm
  • Film i Väst (in co-production with)
  • Slot Machine (co-production)
  • Caviar Films (co-production)
  • Concorde Filmverleih (co-production)
  • Artificial Eye (co-production)
  • Les Films du Losange (co-production)
  • European Film Bonds, (support)

Other Companies:

  • Dolby Laboratories  sound mix
  • European Film Bonds,  completion bond company (EFB)
  • Jola-Rent  facilities
  • Kameraudlejningen  various DIT and conform services
  • POP Sound  ADR Recording


  • Acme Film (2013) (Latvia) (theatrical)
  • Aerofilms (2013) (Czech Republic) (theatrical) (subtitled)
  • Art Fest (2013) (Bulgaria) (theatrical)
  • Artificial Eye (2013) (Ireland) (theatrical)
  • Artificial Eye (2013) (UK) (theatrical)
  • Asociácia slovenských filmových klubov (ASFK) (2014) (Slovakia) (theatrical) (subtitled)
  • Central Partnership (2013) (Armenia) (theatrical)
  • Central Partnership (2013) (Kazakhstan) (theatrical)
  • Central Partnership (2013) (Russia) (theatrical)
  • Cinemania Group (2013) (Yugoslavia) (theatrical)
  • Concorde Filmverleih (2014) (Germany) (theatrical)
  • Estinfilm (2013) (Estonia) (theatrical)
  • Good Films (2014) (Italy) (theatrical)
  • Gutek Film (2013) (Poland) (theatrical)
  • Independenta Film (2013) (Romania) (theatrical)
  • Les Films du Losange (2014) (France) (theatrical)
  • Magnolia Pictures (2014) (USA) (theatrical)
  • Parkway Management (2013) (Hong Kong) (theatrical)
  • Seven Films (2013) (Greece) (theatrical)
  • Transmission Films (2013) (Australia) (theatrical)
  • Transmission Films (2013) (New Zealand) (theatrical)
  • Vertigo Média Kft. (2013) (Hungary) (theatrical)
  • Wild Bunch Benelux (2013) (Netherlands) (theatrical)
  • California Filmes (2014) (Brazil) (all media)
  • Golem Distribución (2013) (Spain) (all media)
  • Leopardo Filmes (2014) (Portugal) (all media)
  • Magnolia Home Entertainment (2013) (USA) (DVD)
  • Magnolia Home Entertainment (2014) (USA) (DVD)
  • Mongrel Media (2013) (Canada) (all media)



Other Stuff

Special Effects:

  • BUF (visual effects)

Visual Effects by:

  • Christian Esbo Agergaard known as digital compositor
  • Xavier Allard known as visual effects artist: BUF
  • Morten Sylvest Arnoldus known as visual effects coordinator
  • Pierre Buffin known as visual effects art director: BUF
  • Maxime Delorme known as visual effects producer: BUF
  • Mathieu Durand known as visual effects artist
  • Guillaume Dureux known as visual effects artist: BUF
  • Jakob Eriksen known as visual effects artist
  • Florent Falipou known as research & development: BUF
  • Yoel Godo known as visual effects supervisor: BUF
  • Rami Hage known as visual effects artist: BUF
  • Peter Hjorth known as visual effects supervisor
  • Michael Holm known as digital compositor
  • Anders Jensen known as in-house vfx producer (Ghost VFX )
  • Morten Mark Juel known as digital compositor
  • Quentin Juillard known as visual effects artist: BUF
  • Natasha Leroux known as visual effects artist: BUF
  • Martin Madsen known as digital compositor
  • Nicolas Maillard known as visual effects artist: BUF
  • Martin Marinov known as digital compositor
  • Rémy Normand known as visual effects artist: BUF
  • Alexis Perrin known as visual effects pre-production: BUF
  • Jeremy Robert known as visual effects artist: BUF
  • Lasse Strøm known as visual effects
  • Dimitri Uradovskiy known as visual effects artist: BUF



Filmography links and data courtesy of The Internet Movie Database

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  1. Ruben Mooijman from Ghent, Belgium
    25 Mar 2014, 5:00 am

    To be honest, I had my doubts when I went to see this film. After allthe buzz, I more or less expected a provocative, pretentious,incomprehensible film. I thought 'Nyphomaniac' would be a shallowartistic excuse to show lots of explicit sex in an attempt to shock theaudience and create controversy.

    Well, I was wrong.

    Is it provocative? In some ways, yes. I think choosing nymphomania as asubject for a film is already some sort of provocation. And there aresome scenes that might be considered tasteless or mildly shocking. Butif I would have to describe the film in one word, I wouldn't use'provocative'. Instead, I would use 'imaginative'.

    Because that is what this film is: imaginative. It's so full of ideas,full of creativity and full of cinematographic exuberance that it'shard not be impressed. The nice thing is that Lars Von Trier nevertakes himself too seriously. In a way, it's a pity that the film isabout sex. So much attention is being given to the number of penisesshown (many, in a very funny way) and the number of vagina close-ups(none, in fact, at least in part 1) that it overshadows everythingelse, including the creative way the film is made.

    'Nyphomaniac' is a classic frame story. A sex-obsessed woman named Joetells her life to a man called Seligman who found her bleeding in aback alley. Seligman in turn tells her about things in his own life,like fly fishing, Fibonacci numbers or organ music. Their conversationis the backbone of the film – the side stories about Joe's sexadventures and Seligman's hobbies are divided into chapters. Von Trieruses lots of different film styles: he throws in animations, splitscreens, cross cutting, black & white, and at one point even a fastsuccession of snapshots. This makes for a very quirky film, that keepson surprising.

    One wonderful example of this creative approach is the final chapter,where Joe sees a similarity between her complicated love life andSeligman's favourite piece of polyphonic organ music. She compares herlovers to the three different melodic tunes in the music. The way VonTriers visualizes this, with the screen split in three to show crosscuttings of the organ and the lovers, is original and funny at the sametime.

    So, in spite of all the indications to the contrary, this film is aboutas far removed from porn as Woody Allen is from Mickey Mouse.'Nymphomaniac' deserves to be remembered for more than just sex.

  2. Kudos Tube from uk
    25 Mar 2014, 5:00 am

    NYMPHOMANIC VOL I/VOL II by Michael Hayward

    Nymphomaniac Vol I/Vol II

    OK, I'll admit that I enjoy dark subject matter and many of the mostdisturbing films I've seen are foreign language but films from Denmarkaren't usually among them. This film centres on Joe, a self-proclaimednymphomaniac who is found laid in an alley barely conscious and nursedback to health by a kind man who listens to her tales of woe. Now, thefilm is graphic, it's a Lars Von Trier movie after all and with scenesthat are intended to shock in …much the same vein as Baise Moi orIrreversible for example, but this is a more mainstream movie with somebig Hollywood names among the castlist to boot. I guess that made thefact that I could find no real depth to any of the characters nor feelanything towards their plight even more of a shame. The lead characteris a nymphomaniac, only she doesn't seem to enjoy sex, there's not ashred of feeling behind any of the graphic scenes and little point tothem either as they don't help the plot and the scenes themselves feelsvery clinical. The plot is weak, there's little point to it all and Iwas left wondering why I'd bothered. Not for me, I'd score it 2/10. 1for each half. Actually the one stand-out performance for me was UmaThurman as a cheated wife. She does 'on the verge of implosion' withaplomb. Shame that was the highlight and over briefly.


  3. herrnoel from United States
    25 Mar 2014, 5:00 am

    First off, if you want to see a movie that depicts sexual compulsion inan engrossing and compelling way, see Shame starring MichaelFassbender.

    This film is not porn, not particularly raunchy, not in the least bitsexy, nor shocking in the least. What it is is a tiresome, disjointed,and utterly pedantic piece of faux-art.

    The dialogue is so bad with its philosophical pontification that Iphysically winced many times throughout the film. This is the sort ofwincing one does not at challenging art but at amateur, college levelfilm. It screams intellectual phoney in every other scene.

    Why is this film even 4 hours long? Because Von Trier was too lazy topare it down for us. It's like when your friend posts 300 photos of hisart project on his website and expects you to pick your 10 favorite,because he can't be arsed to do his own editing.

    Lars Von Trier's surname, although pronounced differently in his nativetongue, is very telling if pronounced as an English word. Try and tryagain, his scam art fools the gullible masses who will imbue his workwith meaning themselves. It is akin to religion — lacking in bothprofundity and truth.

    Do not let the cult of Von Trier brainwash you into believing.

  4. fivos_athens from Spain
    25 Mar 2014, 5:00 am

    ''Nymphomaniac'' is a film made with huge technical, intellectual andartistic precision and that's the element that differentiates it fromPorn films: is not an exercise of pleasure but a vehicle to analyze therole and influence of obsession in human relationships. To watch thisfilm spectators must have knowledge of Von Trier's work and go to thecinema without prejudices about what cinema is and what is not. By theway, I find very interesting sociologically that those IMDb users fromthe United States who have wrote up a review on the film all of themhave been so negative. This is the main difference between European andthe American (US) public: Hollywood has always been obvious. It givesto the public all the answers. To have a good time when they come backfrom work. Are films as a leisure, not films to think about.

  5. Anonymous from United States
    25 Mar 2014, 5:00 am

    Don't. Your time is far too valuable.

    This film features unsimulated sex of pornographic actors digitallyedited onto the parts of the real actors. So if you're looking forsmut, you should instead watch a production from the "Silicone Valley"(or wherever it is the porn industry heads out of now). At least youwon't have to labor through pretentious dialogue just to see some realaction. It gets painful–the dialogue. There's a part in the moviewhere Skarsgard's character tries to rationalize the protagonist'snymphomania via the Fibonacci sequence. It really doesn't add anythingmeaningful to the plot, it's just von Trier trying to convince you thathe went to college. No, I'm only half kidding. Read the spoiler.

    *SPOILER* Assuming you don't heed my warning, and still decide to wasteyour time watching this film, then I won't won't give away too much,but Skarsgard's dialogue is supposed to build you up so you can beshocked by the, like, totally ironic ending of Vol. II…As if youcouldn't see that coming, or as if you'll even care at that point. Justbe glad it's over so you can go back to watching real porn 😉 *END OFSPOILER*

    And if you're looking for a film that debases contemporaries andchallenges social taboos, well…I guess you can say this film doesthat, or at least attempts to. It's all pretty shallow, though, andreally comes off as an excuse to feature unsimulated sex in a moviefull of renowned actors. I would not feel so strongly about this if theactors' performances weren't so laughable. I might have even forgivenvon Trier if the characters were redeeming or at least believable. Forstart, LaBeouf's character speaks with an accent not of this world. AndSlater's performance as the aged father is comparable to a parodystraight out of SNL. Without giving away spoilers, I'll just say Icouldn't find one character I could sympathize/empathize with, becausethey were either too dull, too deplorable, or too comical.

    Want to see a real art film? Un Chien Andalou, because this isn't art.And from a contemporary film's standpoint, there's really nothing tojustify the extremes it has to reach in order to tell its story.

    Don't do it. Or do it, I don't care. I did my good deed for the day.

  6. KateLiza777 from United States
    25 Mar 2014, 5:00 am

    This movie is disgusting.The explicit sex and repeated scenes in thelast chapter of Nymphoniac Volume I is so boring and sickening.You willsee a man giving oral sex to Joe so many times and beside it a pictureof a tiger.Lars Von Trier's movie is totally a waste of time and asenseless rubbish film. I still wonder why is the dialog in this movieso boring and why is this movie quite uninteresting!. The uncut movieis an unrated porno movie,whereas the cut unrated movie has somepornographic scenes.I did not like this movie at all and I find itquite a bad movie. I'm not surprised why most people whom I knew hatedthis movie.

  7. James Kinney from United States
    25 Mar 2014, 5:00 am

    Being an avid cinephobe, I feel qualified to offered an objectivereview. I am a Ph.D. Psychologist and feel it my duty to warn others totake this movie in stride. It offers a true, long, guttural, andlanguid portrayal of a large portion of mankind who focus theiridentities in a sexual realm. The nymph could be you, me, or anyone.Some of the screen writing and acting works, and when it does it doesso splendidly. Some has the reverse effect. So much so that thenegatives outweigh the positives. As much as you, I view reviews withcontempt that say, "what a film this could have been."

    As cliché as that is to say, it has never been as true as with"Nymphomaniac." On my word.

  8. kriddirk from Madrid/Spain, Europe
    25 Mar 2014, 5:00 am

    Lets be clear, I am not especially a fan of Von Trier's work, either Iam an artistic cinephile. But lately I am looking a bit further thenthe mainstream movies, which can be as well very good. That's why I wasinterested in seeing Nymphomaniac, in the same way that I saw Shamewith Fassbender. These movies are not comparable due to the differentobjective, but treat the same problem experienced by a man or a woman.It is difficult to review the first part of a movie, which exists of 2parts making 4 hours together. Even then, it is the censored version,NOT due to the sex scenes, but rather for the length of 5:30 hours,which is not THAT standard in theaters. I am sure I will go for thesecond part and I am as well sure that it will of the same level orbetter. Therefor the rate of 8/10. It is for sure not porno, even noterotic. Not be mistaken in that. There is no excitement possible. Allsex scenes are more or less mechanical, short duration and treated asif it was a documentary. In fact, the movie is like a documentary,where a father type figure Seligman ( Skarsgard ) is the interviewer ofthe nymphomaniac Joe ( Gainsbourg ) in a way that she can tell herhistory from when she was 8 years old and onwards. The discussionsbetween Joe and Seligman are metaphors between her sexual behavior andfor example fly-fishing, music, etc … and they are sometimes quietcomic. So a laugh is possible. But don't be mistaken, this is a drama.We see how Joe's sexual life conditions her from child onwards, as wellas all involved "partners". She is someone who does not feel anythingand will do everything to satisfy herself independent of the pain thatshe will cause around her. A good example is the Miss H chapter, wherean astonishing Thurman enters the screen. The situation caused could belike a Veaudeville one, but here it develops as a dramatic absurdsituation. Different moods are created, sometimes you feel pity forJoe, then unbelief like with the train adventure, very dramaticalsituations like Miss H or the with her father causes sadness and anger,even a tip of the love issue … a different movie to see. If I have tomention a negative topic, then it is the cold atmosphere in the moviewith only the Seligman metaphors and the sex life of Joe, not more. Butdon't misunderstand this, it is quiet a lot to handle. And even more,if you have 15 partners a day I suppose there is not that much time forother things to do then having a walk in the park like she does. StacyMartin is the star of this part, as well as the discussions byStarsgard. Finally, I am certainly going for the second part of thismovie. It is a very tricky subject to bring it on the big screen andVon Trier has had the guts to do it. The result is fine, a drama, adocumentary about an illness ( as far it is an illness and when it isconsidered as one ), not a porno or sex movie like we understand it,showing us how it conditions a complete life and sometimes with a comichint. Of course there is nudity and sex scenes in the movie, a warningfor those who have problems with that …

  9. Jay Alder from United Kingdom
    25 Mar 2014, 5:00 am

    Pathetic. Sad. Pointless. – It bares stating twice.

    Not even going to give this the dignity of assessment. Suffice to sayLars may have fooled a few idiots. This is fake 'art film' this istotal b0ll0cks. This is lowest common denominator with desperatesupposedly renowned actors.

    Lar's previous film montages and slow-motion, intros (antichrist) -possibly interesting, duplicated but interesting. This however is justoutright exploitation. It's fake film, it's fake interesting, it'syawn-porn sex and a bit of hand-held camera excuse me while i trip overmyself in admiration for this B-movie pervert nobody director who gotlucky with equally perverted investors.

    and Charlotte . . . make friends with another director before youbecome an absolute official more-so joke.

  10. juzi-1
    25 Mar 2014, 5:00 am

    That's really an ill man's movie. Worth watching just to figure out howlow an extinguished director, trying to reinvent himself as world-classartist can go for lost fame. Just joking, not worth watching.Previously I liked very much "Dancer in the Dark" (2000), but later,I've seen his newer movies, I came to realize that Lars von Trier isnot making movies for viewers or thinkers, but trying to express hisinner refutations and hindrances. You'll find some much better moviesout there. Originality in art doesn't mean showing some genital humanparts in pathetic visions. That's not a feature movie, not abreakthrough art piece, just loathsome bullshit.

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