Watched Jul 31, 2012
Antichrist was written by Lars Von Trier while battling an epic bout of depression and conceived the tale as a form of catharsis.
I was engaged from the heart-breaking prologue lyrics of loss and longing from Handel's Rinaldo opera, thru the guilt, the rage and the violence (both mentally and physically).
I know people who would hate me if I recommended them to see this, but it's still a film that demands and deserves attention, and with repeated viewings your understanding of the film (and the filmmakers' intent) will likely evolve.
As far as I'm concerned, and as hard as it may be to understand, I consider Antichrist a raw piece of art of how deep and dark the human psychology and mind can be.