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A postmodern family romance: Antichrist

Lars von Trier’s Women

Bloomsbury Academic, 2017



... The cut is accompanied by a low-grade, dissonant, grinding sound that reminds one of David Lynch’s use of the same technique: a close-up of the teeming decay and death of nature that exist just beyond the postcard perception of a domesticated...
... and the feminine in Antichrist’ and David Denny’s ‘A postmodern family romance: Antichrist’, consider how the signifier nature functions within the narrative of the film, not only in terms of how it relates to a masculine and feminine symbolic...