The second half of Lars von Trier's controversial film about a woman's self-diagnosed sexual disorder, picks up with the story of her adulthood, where her journey of self-discovery leads to darker complications.
An endearing family favorite, it's a mixture of romance, fairytale, swashbuckling adventure, with a little Monty Python thrown in. The whimsical tale begins as a bedtime story set in the land of far away and long ago. Many consider this the “Wizard of Oz” of our time. (Rob Reiner; USA; 1987; 100 min)