From the critically acclaimed Lars Von Trier, Antichrist explores the relationship of a married couple after they lose their son to a tragic accident. The mother (Charlotte Gainsbourg) descends into a deep depression and her husband (Willem Dafoe) a therapist takes it upon himself to treat her. He decides for a successful recovery she must confront her worse fears and visit a cabin in the woods where she spent time the previous summer with her son. A story told in four chapters with a prologue and epilogue.
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I read lots of reviews about this film before watching it and you are either going to love it or hate it. I was thinking of words to descrbe this movie and I came up with dark, raw, emotional, sinister, emotional and disturbing to name but a few. The story includes the sensative subject of the death of a child, extreme violence, genital mutilation and s ex. It's not your usual horror and with some excellent acting it all blends together to create a movie that will call on the brave to view with out turning away from time to time.
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