Breaking The Waves

1996

R

159 Min

Breaking The Waves

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Breaking the Waves is Lars von Tier’s intimate story of love, loss, faith, and tragedy. Filmed in the Dogma 95 style; a woman tries to keep a relationship with her husband during hard times. The scenic imagery and excellent performances create a powerful film.

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N/A
Released:
Jan 1st, 1996
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Country:
USA

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- The person being buried is called Anthony Dod Mantle. This is a reference to Lars von Trier's favorite cinematographer - Anthony Dod Mantle - who served as a location scout in the movie.

- Barbara Sukowa was attached to this project at one stage.

- The first film in Lars von Trier's "Golden Heart" trilogy in which the heroines remain naïve despite their actions. The two other parts are Idioterne and Dancer in the Dark.More

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