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NYMPH( )MANIAC VOL I & VOL II DIRECTOR’S CUT

NYMPH( )MANIAC VOL I & VOL II

DIRECTOR’S CUT

OUT ON DOUBLE DISC DVD & BLU RAY MAY 10th

WITH 90 MINUTES OF PREVIOUSLY UNSEEN MATERIAL

Certificate: 18 // Running time: 325 Minutes DVD Price: £17.99 / Blu Ray Price: £24.99

The most controversial film of 2014 is finally released as it was meant to be appreciated with Lars Von Trier’s full five and hour long director’s cut.

This bold, brilliant and controversial film tells the story of Joe (played by Charlotte Gainsbourg & newcomer Stacy Martin), a self-diagnosed nymphomaniac, from birth to the age of 50.

By turns profoundly moving, viscerally shocking, intellectually resonant and surprisingly funny, NYMPH( )MANIAC DIRECTOR’S CUT is a dazzling, daring and devilish work of cinematic art from the world’s foremost maverick director.

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