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Trier on von Trier

Author: Stig Björkman
Publisher: London : Faber, 2004.
Series: Directors on directing.
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Trier is a rare item in contemporary cinema and a restless innovator and polemicist, as his participation in the backto-basics Dogme 95 movement attests. These conversations with Stig Bjorkman trace  Read more...

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Named Person: Lars von Trier
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Stig Björkman
ISBN: 0571207073 9780571207077
OCLC Number: 53870790
Language Note: Translated from the Danish.
Description: 272 p. : ill. ; 22 cm.
Series Title: Directors on directing.
Responsibility: edited by Stig Björkman ; translated by Neil Smith.

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"Lars von Trier . . . makes us wonder what kinds of operas Nietzsche might have written. He finds the straight pure line through the heart of a story, and is not concerned with what cannot be known." Read more...

 
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