Critic scores range from 0 to 100, with higher scores indicating more favorable reviews.
With shocking humor and surprising grace, Von Trier creates something unique and memorable. Read full review
Fascinating, obnoxious and poignant. Read full review
A highly calculated act of mischief that sounds like a stunt cooked up for Howard Stern's radio show. Read full review
Shot on location, handheld camera, available light, no props, no music, no filters, etc. We may wonder, "What are we doing here?" But we won't look away. Read full review
Von Trier has assembled a fearless troupe of gifted actors - especially Jorgensen - to explore the outer reaches of human cruelty and vulnerability. Read full review
Demonstrates that sadomasochistic streak in von Trier that equates the raw with the experimental. Read full review
It's interesting - in its own let-it-all-hang-out, shaky-camera way. Read full review
It's overtly about provocation, set in a tony Danish suburb where a group of men and women living commune-style in an empty house are discovering their "inner idiots" by pretending to be developmentally challenged. Read full review
Von Trier's The Idiots is both lively and juvenile. Read full review
Tries to be daring and iconoclastic but winds up seeming as spoiled and childish as its main characters. Read full review
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