Drama • R • 2011 • 2 hr 15 min
A wedding day turned divorce day. What do we do today if we can see the end of the world? Show your love to the ones you love.
Incredibly well shot with a surreal and depressing atmosphere. Builds tension throughout the film to a terrifying climax.
A gorgeous film about depression. 1st half is a 3rd person perspective of depression while the 2nd half is the 1st person. Music is a 12/10.
Floating in a melancholic world with a touch of anxiety and depression.
Gorgeous! Lars Von trier has outdone himself and my therapy bills are higher than ever because of it !
It’s the best of the depression trilogy. Just a very slow descent into existential dread and despair. The void looks back.
Most accurate film I've seen on mental illness. Depression isn't feeling sad, it's feeling nothing. It's feeling calm about the world's end.
A hard watch, it's slow but ultimately good
Are used to hate this movie. Then I felt real depression for the first time.￼ this is a harsh, surreal look at depression that must be seen.
A cool analysis of outside factors affecting different people in different ways — if a bit extreme.
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