Lars of Trier He built his career on provocative films. So much so that it would almost be a surprise if he now released a movie that turned out to be not so controversial.
The film maker often pushes the boundaries of what you can expect from an ordinary movie. His two-part erotic epic rut A good example of that. The film follows a self-diagnosed woman who takes the audience on a journey through her sexual transgressions.
Huge hit on Netflix
rut It is a story in eight chapters, told in two volumes. The whole thing takes at least 325 minutes express.
According to Flix Patrol, Vol. 1 of rut It is very popular on Netflix. So much so that the film ended up in the top ten most-watched in no fewer than seven countries.
originally rut NC-17 rated by the US MPAA. For the director, this was enough reason to come out in its entirety, as the film eventually went to the cinema “without a rating”.
The first movie grossed $13 million at the box office. The second part did well for nearly $5 million. This led to his success, because both parts together cost $4.5 million. And now the first movie is a new hit on Netflix.
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