coffee’s review published on Letterboxd:
“My feelings on Lars von Trier are very lukewarm to say the least. His newer features haven’t been for me, really, with The House That Jack Built and Nymphomaniac being among my least favorites in their respective years.
And while I don’t hold an appreciation for his works anymore, I still hold a place in my heart for his earlier features. Breaking The Waves, Europa, Dogville, The Kingdom, and most prominently Dancer In The Dark rank among some of the best films of our time. With Dancer In The Dark, Lars von Trier not only managed to turn open a new page of his own filmography, but a new page of experimental cinema as well.”
i wrote about this masterpiece over at Filmotomy. check it out here