Video of the Day. Trailer for Lars von Trier's "Melancholia" Written by David Hudson Published on 08 April 2011 Responses 25 responses to this post. Join the discussion Daniel Kasman over 2 years ago Cannes 2011, the festival of planetary intervention into auteurist dramas of family. guillermo112 over 2 years ago you know the title in Spanish?? Sam's Myth over 2 years ago I’m in honeybon over 2 years ago this looks so gooooooooooooood KaiserSennheiser over 2 years ago sometimes, I hate you so much . . . Matthias Galvin over 2 years ago I’m more interested in seeing his new movie Motherlove. Adam Cook over 2 years ago Looks like he really settled on the aesthetic developed in Antichrist. Interesting stuff. Matt Groves over 2 years ago YES! Sign me up. Gosh, I wish I could see this @ the Cannes Premiere. melidafanke over 2 years ago Holy fuck. Joshua Koerner over 2 years ago Reminds me of the Tree of Life trailer, with two sisters instead of two brothers. What is it about 2012 that is making all these directors so apocalyptic? anasararojas over 2 years ago I must admit to being intrigued. Halomoan Sirait over 2 years ago i love it Checkpoint Charlie over 2 years ago Well, von Trier is continuing his themes of personal anxiety and the expression of his “Feminine side” through these women characters. He said in an interview that growing up during the Cold War era, where the threat of nuclear holocaust could be right around the corner, fueled what anxiousness he already had about the world coming to an end. Indeed there has been a 2012 theory about a planet colliding with Earth yet I’m not sure if this influenced von Trier in the making of Melancholia. Wolves ate the King over 2 years ago Can’t wait! Jason Ramsay over 2 years ago Nice! marcelo over 2 years ago word bruno leal over 2 years ago Looks a lot like Antichrist. Spike over 2 years ago seems like know one mentioned any thing regarding Kirsten Dunst playing in here… interesting Criteriamor over 2 years ago UGGGHHHHHH!! Thank god for Cannes and Trier of course, really, I would kill myself if all we had was Sundance. Matt Dickinson over 2 years ago @Joshua Koerner: I think it’s more the talk of a coming financial collapse globally than Nibiru. Insurrexit over 2 years ago I want to look it NOOOOOW! Max Myers over 2 years ago This looks amazing. It has the same intense feel as the Celebration, which was directed by his friend, Thomas Vinterberg. mel over 2 years ago looks like he is doing another stylistic trilogy. looks sexier than antichrist tho. Redundant Cinema over 2 years ago urgh, not gainsbourg again. MichaelBarry over 2 years ago jelly of those seeing this at cannes for the first time. Your opinion Please login to add a new comment.