These are the greatest films I have ever seen.
I will update as any that are worthy pass my eyes.…
The Boss of It All
An IT company hires an actor to serve as the company's president in order to help the business get sold to a cranky Icelander.
While it's nowhere near a laff-a-minute chucklefest, The Boss of It All is an admirable effort at straight-up comedy from Mr. "How many scenes of genital mutilation can I get away with" himself, Lars von Trier. Not surprisingly, it's dry as a desert and considerably black in parts, but I still found myself laughing quite audibly at many of the jokes. There are certainly some misses, and the first half lacks the heart of the second, but it's certainly a bright spot in the director's catalogue and worthwhile for even those merely inquisitive of the man's work considering his indelible signature throughout. As von Trier loves to experiment visually with each film, the new element here is 'Automavision,' which sounds…
So... Lars von Trier made a comedy... fuck me...
Von Trier had to let me down some time I guess
"Here comes a movie and, if it already looks a bit weird, then hang in there, because anyone can see it. Although you see my reflection, trust me, this film won't be worth a moment's reflection. It's a comedy, and harmless as such. No preaching or swaying of opinion. Just a cozy time. So why not poke fun at artsy-fartsy culture?"
- Lols Von Trier.
#Ninth Of Lars Von Trier#
Lars Von Trier making comedy! You have to watch it.
The movie starts with Lars telling us what he is making. And the hilarious journey starts.
This movie is a simple comedy with a deciding Who is the Boss of it all?
The audience knows who is the boos, but the characters ib them they are clueless.
I liked how the characters are placed. Kristoffer who is hired by Ravn who in fact is The Boss of it all to sign a deal with a man who hates Danish people. And how the journey starts and how some secrets are revealed in the process was funny to watch.
Lars has used the camera in a…
The film begins with the camera-man on some sort of a ladder. His moving around in the space near a what supposedly looks like an office building. We see through the camera itself and his reflection is clearly visible in the glass windows. It's a wild unexpected opening and the camera-man's words make it weirder:
"Here comes a movie and, if it already looks a bit weird, then hang in there, because anyone can see it. Although you see my reflection, trust me, this film won't be worth a moment's reflection. It's a comedy, and harmless as such. No preaching or swaying of opinion. Just a cozy time. So why not poke fun at artsy-fartsy culture?
LOL. Lars Von Trier…
Lars should do more comedy. The Boss of It All was shot with the fictitious Automavision, a brand of software that chooses how to frame and edit each shot without the interference of a director. This makes for a very jarringly put-together motion picture. What people don't realize is that the Automavision has become sentient in the meantime, and actually managed to win the Oscar for Best Director in 2011. Congratulations to you, Automavision.
Il grande capo : una commedia (?!) di Von Trier
11/10. Should of made Bunker2 GPL, not RMS approved movie.
this was a lot better than i expected! the final bits really made it for me.
Way, way better than I expected. Even if you hate Lars, you should check this out.
Encore une oeuvre unique provenant de ce cher Lars Von Trier. Dés le premier plan, il nous met sous les yeux la transparence du cinéma et nous invite donc à penser et voir le film en tant que voyeur et non seulement en tant que spectateur. Par la suite, le film surprend également. Aux premiers abords, on se dit que c'est très moche, que c'est mal coupé, mal monté, mal filmé, mais on se rend compte que ceci est le but du film. A la manière d'une pièce de théâtre, le réalisateur tire les ficelles en temps réel et de manière distanciée et donne la part belle à ses acteurs, excellents tous autant qu'ils sont, et nous laissent accrochés au…
The secret owner of an IT company hires an actor to pretend to be the company's president during a business negotiation. When the negotiations take longer than anticipated, the actor takes on more of the role than he was hired for. "The Boss of It All" is a comedy skewering not only the business world, but also acting. It's distinctly Lars von Trier's style, so it's amusing and aggravating all at once, which is often for what he seems to be aiming.
Good; Funny; computer determined camera angles; von Trier's characteristic jump cuts
Отличный фильм Триера, есть над чем посмеяться, есть над чем задуматься
These are the greatest films I have ever seen.
this was not easy.
all of these are certainly of interest, but i consider THE KINGDOM and everything above it…
Collection of favorites from Denmark, Finland, Greenland, Iceland, Norway, and Sweden.