(COPENHAGEN) Danish director Lars von Trier, 66, has been diagnosed with Parkinson’s disease, and his production company announced Monday that it will do limited promotion for his upcoming supernatural TV series Kingdom Exodus. announced to
In a statement, Zentropa said von Trier, often referred to as the “terrible child” of modern cinema, was “fine” and was being treated for symptoms.
‘Kingdom Exodus’ is the third and final installment in Von Trier’s 1990s cult TV show ‘The Kingdom’. The series will premiere as his five-hour film at the Venice International Film Festival later this month. Later this year, it will launch with his five episodes on Viaplay’s platform and Danish broadcaster DR.
“The illness will mean that Lars will only participate in limited interviews until the premiere later this year,” Zentropa said.
In 2011, von Trier was banned from the Cannes Film Festival after joking that he was a Nazi at a press conference promoting the unusual disaster movie Melancholia starring Kirsten Dunst and Charlotte Gainsbourg. rice field.
His other works include sexually explicit films such as ‘Antichrist’ and ‘Nymphomaniac’ and the harrowing melodrama ‘Dancer in the Dark’ starring Icelandic singer Björk, which premiered at Cannes in 2000. Awarded Golden Palm for best movie. APs
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