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Annika Løchte Taylor over 4 years ago
I was expecting to be disappointed, but this was a very powerful follow-up to Dogville.
emilio murillo over 6 years ago
Lars von Trier's usual great and solid storytelling . Good performances.
Iulia M almost 2 years ago
Rab Vigil over 4 years ago
Tudor Vintilescu over 4 years ago
Sina Bakhshandeh over 4 years ago
Lucy Avramova over 5 years ago
Matteo Satta almost 6 years ago
Alper Balkış almost 6 years ago
Alper Çağatay Güner almost 7 years ago
Radostina Peycheva almost 7 years ago
Ивайло Митов almost 7 years ago
Manderlay is the 2005 sequel to the film Dogville. It is the second part of Lars von Trier's projected USA - Land of Opportunities trilogy. Bryce Dallas Howard replaces Nicole Kidman in the role of Grace Mulligan. The film co-stars Willem Dafoe, replacing James Caan. Lauren Bacall and Chloë Sevigny return portraying different characters from those in Dogville. The staging is very similar to Dogville. The film was shot on a sparsely dressed sound stage. As in the case of Dogville, Manderlay's action is confined to a small geographic area, in this case a plantation. The film is told in eight straight chapters Set in the early 1930s, the film takes up the story of Grace (Bryce Dallas Howard) and her father (Willem Dafoe) after burning the town of Dogville at the end of the previous film. Grace and her father travel in convoy with a number of gunmen through rural Alabama where they stop briefly outside a plantation called Manderlay. As the gangsters converse, a black woman emerges from...
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