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By John Rockwell

From Amazon: "A Dogme movie, "The Idiots" is fundamental Lars von Trier and maybe his strongest paintings. John Rockwell indicates the way it pertains to the opposite motion pictures within the "Good Woman" trilogy, in addition to von Trier's Danish tv paintings and his path of Wagner's "Ring" cycle on the Bayreuth Festival."

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