I just had to say I like "Dancer in the Dark" a lot!

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  1. Yumi

    Yumi Stunt Coordinator

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    [SIZE=no]Hi!you guys!
    What time is it in your area while it is 6:37pm here in Beijing,China?
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    I'd like to say it is a lot of fancy of movies that brings me here.I had to say I am so happy being here!
    I downloaded some movies.One of them is "Dancer in the Dark".I liked it a lot,especially the music and Bjork's songs in the movie what I think it is the most atrractive part to me.
    I couldn't get the whole idea of this movie.Because I couldn't see some scenes for some reasons.But as to the part what I've seen, there are two scenes that have given me deep impression.One is Bjork was on her first night-shift. She was sunk in deep love of music,even the rhythm
    made by the machines.Then she enjoyed them amd danced...
    The other is really a sad part.She killed Bill though she wouldn't like to do that.Then music rised.Listening to the music quietly,I was deeply touched!
    I haven't known the end of this movie.But one of my friend told me that it is really sad.So maybe I just got the best parts of this movie.It's enough, right?[​IMG][/SIZE]
     
  2. Zen Butler

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    Welcome Yumi, you may want to use "spoiler tags" when discussing vital points of any movie.
    Although I found Bjork an okay actress in this, I hated the fact that

    the cinematography of the dream sequences, I would have preferred something decipherable from reality to non-reality

    I didn't care much for the last 1/4 of the film, which maybe you could comment on when you have seen it.
     
  3. Ryan Peter

    Ryan Peter Screenwriter

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    Zen, what are you talking about? The reality/dream sequences are totally distinct in look and cinematography. Unless I'm not understanding your critique...
     
  4. Randall Dorr

    Randall Dorr Second Unit

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    About the time the DVD came out(March 2001), there was a great thread on Dancer in the Dark. HTF doesn't have it anymore, but did any von Trier fan out there manage to save it?
     

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