Nymphomaniac is the third movie of the trilogy created by Danish director Lars von Trier to cope with his own depression (preceded by Antichrist and Melancholia). It was divided in two volumes for its theatrical release because the running time was too long, but it is impossible to analyse them as separates, because in watching it is clear it was idealised as one movie only. However there is a rupture of style and a change of tone in the narrative displayed in each of them.
Sex and religion are recurring themes of the . . .
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