It’s been a beautifully slow news day, which is all fine and dandy — other than it makes me feel like we don’t have anything fun for you guys to read about during your final hours of a long work weel. We’ll fix that right now…
My buddy Aaron just sent me over a short film I completely forgot about that’s perfect for Bloody Disgusting, and makes a bold statement about disrupting other patrons in a theater (I’m looking at you!)
The above short film was helmed by none other than Lars von Trier, the self-proclaimed greatest director in the world who’s most recent works include the masterpieces Antichrist and Melancholia. The 3-minute long short, entitled “Occupations,” was directed in 2007 as part of Chacun Son Cinéma (To Each His Own Cinema) collective film of 33 shorts directed by different directors about their feeling about Cinema.
It’s not a good idea to interrupt a man who is watching a movie in cinema. Especially if that person is Lars von Trier….
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House Mother (Short Film) - Written and Directed by Andrew Bowser
"House Mother" features Barbara Crampton's first time playing a MONSTER! Check out the short film by Andrew Browser right here!Posted by Bloody Disgusting on Thursday, September 21, 2017