History Film / Antichrist

9th Aug '15 10:16:43 PM NWolfman
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The film was the first of Von Trier's "depression" trilogy, followed by ''Film/{{Melancholia}}'' and ''Film/{{Nymphomaniac}}''.
25th May '15 8:14:35 PM BadSplice
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* CrapsackWorld: Even the acorns are miserable. And possibly vicious.

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* CrapsackWorld: [[WebVideo/BrowsHeldHigh Even the acorns are miserable. miserable.]] And possibly vicious.
25th May '15 8:13:44 PM BadSplice
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The movie started a heated controversy during its premiere at the 2009 Cannes Film Festival, with most critics praising the film for its technological accomplishments, while bitterly divided over its merits or lack thereof. Many detractors accused the movie of being deeply misogynistic as well as artless {{Euroshlock}}. Not helping was von Trier declaring himself the "best director in the world" and Gainsbourg winning Best Actress.

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The movie started a heated controversy during its premiere at the 2009 Cannes Film Festival, with most critics praising the film for its technological accomplishments, while bitterly divided over its merits or lack thereof. Many detractors accused the movie of being deeply misogynistic as well as artless {{Euroshlock}}. Not helping was von Trier (sarcastically, we hope) declaring himself the "best director in the world" and Gainsbourg winning Best Actress.
24th May '15 9:20:34 PM BadSplice
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The film centers around [[NoNameGiven "He" and "She"]] (Creator/WillemDafoe and Charlotte Gainsbourg, respectively) attempting to deal with the grief surrounding the death of their infant son. He, a psychologist, proposes exposure therapy at their cabin in the woods appropriately called [[RuleOfSymbolism "Eden"]], due to skepticism surrounding traditional medication-based treatment. Things go FronBadToWorse. Much, much worse...

The movie started a heated controversy during its premiere at the 2009 Cannes Film Festival, with most critics praising the film for its technological accomplishments, while bitterly divided over its merits or lack thereof. Many detractors accused the movie of being deeply misogynistic as well as artless {{Euroschlock}}. Not helping was von Trier declaring himself the "best director in the world" and Gainsbourg winning Best Actress.

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The film centers around [[NoNameGiven "He" and "She"]] (Creator/WillemDafoe and Charlotte Gainsbourg, respectively) attempting to deal with the grief surrounding the death of their infant son. He, a psychologist, proposes exposure therapy at their cabin in the woods appropriately called [[RuleOfSymbolism "Eden"]], due to skepticism surrounding traditional medication-based treatment. Things go FronBadToWorse.FromBadToWorse. Much, much worse...

The movie started a heated controversy during its premiere at the 2009 Cannes Film Festival, with most critics praising the film for its technological accomplishments, while bitterly divided over its merits or lack thereof. Many detractors accused the movie of being deeply misogynistic as well as artless {{Euroschlock}}.{{Euroshlock}}. Not helping was von Trier declaring himself the "best director in the world" and Gainsbourg winning Best Actress.
24th May '15 9:19:36 PM BadSplice
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The movie started a heated controversy during the 2009 Cannes Film Festival, some critics praising it as a master work of art, some others decrying the very explicit sexual and violent content, or even accusing the film of being strongly misogynistic.

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The film centers around [[NoNameGiven "He" and "She"]] (Creator/WillemDafoe and Charlotte Gainsbourg, respectively) attempting to deal with the grief surrounding the death of their infant son. He, a psychologist, proposes exposure therapy at their cabin in the woods appropriately called [[RuleOfSymbolism "Eden"]], due to skepticism surrounding traditional medication-based treatment. Things go FronBadToWorse. Much, much worse...

The movie started a heated controversy during its premiere at the 2009 Cannes Film Festival, some with most critics praising it as a master work of art, some others decrying the very explicit sexual and violent content, or even accusing the film for its technological accomplishments, while bitterly divided over its merits or lack thereof. Many detractors accused the movie of being strongly misogynistic.
deeply misogynistic as well as artless {{Euroschlock}}. Not helping was von Trier declaring himself the "best director in the world" and Gainsbourg winning Best Actress.
5th May '15 8:48:01 AM BadSplice
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* SnowEqualsDeath: Nick is mesmerized by snowflakes before he falls out of the window.

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* SnowEqualsDeath: SnowMeansDeath: Nick is mesmerized by snowflakes before he falls out of the window.
5th May '15 8:47:32 AM BadSplice
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* {{Yandere}}: She.
19th Oct '14 2:54:32 PM Trippetta
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* SnowEqualsDeath: Nick is mesmerized by snowflakes before he falls out of the window.
17th Oct '14 9:29:15 PM brianjp
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* ChekhovsGun: [[spoiler: The wrench under the porch.]]

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* ChekhovsGun: [[spoiler: The wrench under the porch.]] [[spoiler: The hole in the ground by the tree.]]
13th Aug '14 1:49:26 PM madius
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* FanDisservice

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* FanDisserviceFanDisservice: The only nudity in the film that actually appears sexy is in the first few minutes. The rest of it, such as She crying as she begs He to slap her during sex, then masturbating furiously in the woods when he refuses, isn't.



* GainaxEnding: [[spoiler:After killing She]], He goes away, and then he sees a multitude of faceless women going past him and towards Eden. What?

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* GainaxEnding: [[spoiler:After After [[spoiler: killing She]], He goes away, and then he sees a multitude of faceless women going past him and towards Eden. What?
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