Monday, February 10, 2014

Denmark: Director Lars Von Trier uses movie to claim Nazi remarks were anti-Zionism

In 2011 Danish director Lars Von Trier got into trouble at the Cannes Film Festival for saying he understands Hitler and referring to himself as a Nazi.

Von Trier's new movie "Nymphomaniac" is his response to the controversy, according to the film's digital marketing specialists.  And what is his response?  Claiming that he might be anti-Zionist, but he's not an anti-Semite.

As the Copenhagen Post points out:
This is never more transparent than a scene in which the Jewish (by ancestry) Seligman advocates anti-Zionism while making it clear that it is quite another thing to be an anti-Semite. 
Update: headline.

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