De Udstillede (The Exhibited)
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De Udstillede (The Exhibited)
In the 1990s, Lars Von Trier became the talk of film-conscious intellectuals with his series of films produced under the hyper-realistic Dogma 95 banner, and 1996's Breaking the Waves propelled his work into mainstream recognition. De Udstillede is a documentary that closely examines Psychomobile 1, a theater project Von Trier coordinated in 1996, in which 53 actors spent two months in a 19-room art museum improvising characters while Von Trier choreographed their moods and movements through a series of traffic lights, much of the action determined by the activities of an ant farm located… More