Check Out All Of Nymphomaniac's Sexed Up And Brilliant Posters
When Lars von Trierís Nymphomaniac first started making headlines last summer, it sounded to most people like some absurd fantasy project that would never get off the ground. Shia LaBeouf was sending in sex tapes to try and win a role, and rumors were raging that all actors would be forced to engage in real sex. Over the last six months or so, however, the project has gone from a goofy pipe dream to a very real film with a legitimate cast, a strange solution to solve the sex issues and now, the most incredible, visually fascinating and brilliant movie posters you will see this year.
Like the top image, each of the fourteen posters feature one of the characters engaged in the throws of passion, and collectively, they range from sexy to gross to hysterical to weird. If pressed and I had to pick only one, I would probably go with Uma Thurman/ Mrs. H who has one of the most incredible cases of sex hair Iíve ever seen. She looks like she just spent the past hour summersaulting inside a field or having the most mind-blowing sexual experience of her life. Go ahead and take a minute and appreciate the greatness of it all above or check out the poster featuring all of the posters belowÖ
Nymphomaniac will be released in two volumes, each of which will contain four chapters. The first grouping will be released on Christmas Day of this year in Denmark, and eventually, the film will make its way Stateside. As for how wide it will go or when that might happen, we havenít the slightest idea. For fans of gritty, no holds barred cinema, however, hopefully the answer is soon and pretty wide because thereís a gigantic difference between 500 cinemas across the country and one measly screen in Los Angeles or New York.
If youíre interested in checking out all of the posters and letís be honest, you should be, do yourself a favor and toggle through the next few pages. It will be more than worth your time, and if Magnolia Pictures has its way, will get you pumped about paying to see the film in the future.
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