Ahead of his Monday night premiere, a harrowing teaser trailer dropped featuring the psychopathic protagonist, portrayed by Oscar nominee Matt Dillon. Vulture's Kyle Buchanan spoke directly to an outraged spectator who notes how Dillon's character "mutilates Riley Keough, he mutilates children. and we are all there in formal dress expected to watch it?"
"The House That Jack Built takes place in 1970s USA".
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All eyes now turn to Monaco for arguably the most iconic of the season's races on May 27. The Brit gave praise to the Mercedes team though, saying it was not all his work.
The director walked the red carpet along with some of the movie actors for the first time since his appearance at the worldwide film festival in 2011.
The story follows Jack (Matt Dillion), a serial killer, over the course of 12 years and depicts the murders that truly develop Jack as a serial killer.
As the killer Jack horribly mutilates one girlfriend, he says: "Why is it always the man's fault".
Lars von Trier has a new movie on the horizon, and if you're familiar with his work, you probably won't be surprised to learn that the movie looks predictably unhinged.
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Trailers for the film were also released following its debut at Cannes. Another tweeted that the movie was "vile" and "should not have been made". Jack is telling Verge about five "incidents" he's picked from his murdering career, which seems to run through the 1970s in an unspecified U.S. town. As the inevitable police intervention is drawing nearer, he is taking greater and greater risks in his attempt to create the ultimate artwork.
First reviews of "The House That Jack Built" were mostly hostile, with The Guardian's Peter Bradshaw writing that it was "an ordeal of gruesomeness and tiresomeness that was every bit as exasperating as I had feared".
Those who remained seated throughout the screening eventually showered the film with a six minute standing ovation.
IFC Films is releasing The House That Jack Built for the US, but no release date has been announced at this time. Let us know what you think.
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Personally, it's hard to put much belief in those who walked out.