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Zentropa is one of those rare films of which it truly can be said: it's unlike any movie you will see.
Triers made Breaking the waves and The element of crime, which define him as a brilliant storyteller , with a visual style like very few directors.
Set in post-war Germany, an American consciencious objector, with German roots, returns to the land of his ancestory with nobel intentions.
Dark and tense post- WWII Germany greets idealistic american, Jean Marc Barr, come to help re-build the nation only to stumble into the hands of secret terrorist groups... Read morePublished 14 months ago by Micaela Porte
Europa is a surreal experience, but incredible overindulgent even for Von Trier. Enjoyable film, but it won't change your life.Published 20 months ago by David Shinault
At the beginning of the film Europa a hypnotic mental countdown invites the viewer to enter the strange demilitarized world of post-war Germany where American soldiers, determined... Read morePublished 20 months ago by The Outsider
In post-Nazi Germany, Leo, a young American man of German descent gets a job with the help of his uncle working the railway. Read morePublished on September 11, 2012 by Andrew Ellington
I saw antichrist first (yeah, I know, boo hiss.), and was frankly blown away by the juxtaposition of the jittery handheld approach with the painfully slow and beautiful shots. Read morePublished on March 25, 2011 by jordan333
Set in post-war Germany, an American consciencious objector, with German roots, returns to the land of his ancestory with nobel intentions. Read morePublished on November 3, 2010 by Bartok Kinski
It's not a movie for everyone, but it is definitely a treat if you're looking for something out of the "Hollywood" norm.Published on February 15, 2010 by Lissy
I know this film Europa (also known as Zentropa) is supposed to be great, but ultimately, I just found it quite uninteresting. Read morePublished on October 9, 2009 by Glenn Gallagher