Lars Von Trier
October 5, 2011 by staff
Lars Von Trier, The filmmaker Lars von Trier has issued a statement saying he will not give statements or interviews. Von Trier, whose career has mixed and cinematic excellence long controversy, said in a brief press release that its decision came after an interrogation by police investigating whether his speech at the Cannes Film Festival this year, which seemed to sympathize with Adolf Hitler, violations of French law.
Over the publicists for his latest film, the melancholy, the director said he had been questioned by police Wednesday in the district Danish North Zealand “, in relation to the charges brought by the prosecutor of Grasse, in France As of August 2011 in relation to a possible violation of French law prohibition against the justification of war crimes … Because of these serious charges have realized they do not have the skills to express unequivocally and I decided from this day to refrain from all public statements and interviews. ”
The consequences of the declaration of von Trier, he could “understand” the Nazi leader is now in its fifth month. The statements were made in response to a question about your German heritage after the first press screening of melancholy. Festival officials condemned his remarks, prompting von Trier to backtrack on his comments. But the festival nonetheless declared him “persona non grata” and barred him from future festivals to a mixed response from delegates.
The manager apologized twice for any offense caused, but two weeks ago appeared to recant some of his expressions of remorse and apology said earlier they were forced and untrue to their feelings. He told GQ magazine: … “It is true that I feel, I do not regret what I said sorry I did not come out more clearly I’m not sad because he made a joke .. But I feel that I make it clear that it was a joke.”
The claim appears to be based in the sense of passing in the interview that her personal integrity would be endangered were they to atone for the views he does reluctantly waiting.
Melancholy, a family drama set diptych in the context of the end of the world was launched in the UK last Friday to warm reviews. The critic of The Guardian, the film, Peter Bradshaw, found it “utterly ridiculous [and] often quite boring,” while the Observer, Philip French dismissed as narcissistic and humorless.
Von Trier and his cast have promoted the film with vim and energy in the weeks before the launch. Director’s statement, if true, means he has at least has come out with a bang. In his last interview in the UK, taking into account waves Night BBC Radio 3, the director discussed a timetable to Bj? Rk menstrual cycle during the filming of Dancer in the Dark, his desire to be hmosxl and a career spent “running around with a camera between the breasts of younger women.”
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