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Watch: 3 Graphic, Very NSFW Clips From Lars von Trier's 'Nymphomaniac Vol II — Director's Cut'

The Playlist By Kevin Jagernauth | The Playlist August 28, 2014 at 2:22PM

In case you thought Lars von Trier was done cheerfully provoking audiences via his two part opus "Nymphomaniac," guess again. The enfant terrible still has a director's cut up his sleeve, and after unveiling Volume I at the Berlin Film Festival (our review), he's hitting the Venice Film Festival with Volume II. As a bonus, the fest will will be the first place where both versions will be seen together. But if you can't be there, here's three graphic clips hinting at said director's cut. Warning: these clips are very NSFW.
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Nymphomaniac Volume II

In case you thought Lars von Trier was done cheerfully provoking audiences via his two part opus "Nymphomaniac," guess again. The enfant terrible still has a director's cut up his sleeve, and after unveiling Volume I at the Berlin Film Festival (our review), he's hitting the Venice Film Festival with Volume II. As a bonus, the fest will will be the first place where both versions will be seen together. But if you can't be there, here's three graphic clips hinting at said director's cut. Warning: these clips are very NSFW.

In the first, Charlotte Gainsbourg's sex addicted Joe visits a psychologist who has to sign off on her request for an abortion, and the meeting does not go well. In the next, we catch up with her during a therapy session, where a fellow nymphomaniac shares her tale of attempting to overdose on sex in the hopes of trying to cure her desires. Finally, we get a scene featuring Jamie Bell, in which Joe learns what the "silent duck" is.

Watch them below, and again, you may want to close the office door. No word yet on when the director's cut of "Nymphomaniac" will be released in theaters.

Nymphomaniac Vol II — Director's Cut
Lars von Trier (skip crop)

This article is related to: Nymphomaniac, Charlotte Gainsbourg, Jamie Bell, Venice, Venice 2014, Venice Film Festival


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