Dancer in the Dark – With his third film from the series “Heart of Gold Trilogy” Lars von Trier takes us on a passionate music adventure of a poor Czech immigrant who moves to the states with her son. Iceland’s singer Björk plays the main character. The Film uses stylistic techniques from old 1950’s and 60’s American musicals along with the Dogma approach to filming.
Released on the 2000-05-17
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1964, Accusal, Affection, Blackmail, Blindness, Court, Czech, Dance, Dancing, Daydream, Death Penalty, Death Sentence, Death and Dying, Death by Hanging, Debts, Dream, Execution, Eye Operation, Eyesight, Factory, Factory Worker, Fantasy, Friends, Friendship, Going Blind, Guilt, Help, Hereditary Disease, House, Immigrant, Individual, Innocence, Loss of Eyesight, Love, Murder, Musical, Naivety, Pistol, Policeman, Poverty, Railroad, Secret, Self-Defense, Self-abandonment, Sentence, Singing, Small Town, Son, Song, Splint, Theft, United States of America, Van, Washington, Work
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