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Thursday, February 1, 2007

Lars von Twinkie

posted by on February 1 at 11:45 AM

Those of you who haven’t yet discovered Chicago Reader’s characteristically esoteric film blog should definitely check out Pat Graham’s roundup of the not-so-tantalizing reports on Lars von Trier’s new approach to movie-making.

Concept number one: Let the computer be the cinematographer!

Concept number two: Scatter glaring errors (affectionately dubbed “lookeys”) throughout the film for the enjoyment of Da Vinci Code nutters and the distress of everyone else.

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I see this blatant egomaniacal insanity as a good thing. Maybe it will finally become socially acceptable to hate Lars von Trier as I have done for years.

Posted by Baxter | February 1, 2007 2:27 PM

yeah, well I still love dancer in the dark.

Posted by seattle98104 | February 1, 2007 8:24 PM

Is "characteristically esoteric" code for "incredibly shitty"--or what?

Posted by goober | February 2, 2007 5:49 PM

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