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Oooo Laaars. When ''Idioterne'' (''The Idiots'') was shown in Cannes, Dr K became so outraged he started screaming in French at the screen and was escorted from the cinema by guards. The doctor has since had a love-hate relationship to von Trier, often liking his work, but sometimes the director goes bananas prompting Mark to go "Oh Lars, for heaven sakes!". He hates ''Idioterne'' and ''Breaking The Waves'', but likes ''Antichrist'' and ''Melancholia''. His opinion on ''Nymphomaniac'' is unknown since he was on holiday when the film premiered.
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Oh ''Lars''.
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When ''Idioterne'' (''[[The Idiots]]'') was shown in [[Cannes]], Dr K became so outraged he started screaming in French at the screen and was escorted from the cinema by guards.
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Mark has since had a love-hate relationship to von Trier, often liking his work, but sometimes the director goes bananas prompting Mark to go "Oh Lars, for heaven sakes!". He considers him a trickster, and someone whose words are never to be trusted. Mark hates ''Idioterne'' and ''[[Breaking The Waves]]'' (despite its key role in his relationship with the [[Good Lady Professor Her Indoors]]), but likes ''Antichrist'' and ''Melancholia''. His opinion on ''Nymphomaniac'' is unknown since he was on holiday when the film premiered.
  
  
 
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Revision as of 11:35, 21 November 2016

Oh Lars.

When Idioterne (The Idiots) was shown in Cannes, Dr K became so outraged he started screaming in French at the screen and was escorted from the cinema by guards.

Mark has since had a love-hate relationship to von Trier, often liking his work, but sometimes the director goes bananas prompting Mark to go "Oh Lars, for heaven sakes!". He considers him a trickster, and someone whose words are never to be trusted. Mark hates Idioterne and Breaking The Waves (despite its key role in his relationship with the Good Lady Professor Her Indoors), but likes Antichrist and Melancholia. His opinion on Nymphomaniac is unknown since he was on holiday when the film premiered.