I've a mixed love for the cheery films of Lars. Some like Dogville, I can do without, whereas Breaking the Waves for example, is a nightmarish delight. The House That Jack Built is possibly my favourite of his yet. Sure, he still needs to invest in a damn tripod, but it's a fascinating tale, held together by a career best performance by Dillon. It's by no means for all tastes, but it is further proof that Von Trier is one of the best Directors around these days.