the Tv series "the Kingdom", which went around the world in 1994, led to the Danish Lars von trier's big break as a director and filmmaker.
He later shocked and upset critics and moviegoers with films like "Nymphomaniac", "Epidemic", "Antichrist", "Dancer in the Dark" and "Dogville".Lars von Trier: - My technique is to go to the extreme Dagbladet Plus
His latest film, "The House That Jack Built", resulted in that many left the theater in disgust.Can get its closing
Now enter the DR, which is Denmark's answer on NRK, and trendmagasinet Euroman, about the possible new plans for "the Kingdom", so that the series can finally get their closure.
the cult series of got its sequel, "the Kingdom II" in 1997.
the Series ' first four episodes came in 1994, while the next four were sent in 1997. Originally, it was planned 13 episodes, so now they can last five to become a reality.A "ghost story"
the Action is added to the Danish Rigshospitalet where there is a lot of strange, morbid, and bizarre events, and the series has been compared to "Twin Peaks".
It was also referred to as a kind of ghost story with a lot of evil.Lars Von Trier continues to shock
In the Euromans februarutgave tell von Trier that he recently received a tour of the Rigshospitalet with the intention to end the series, so there have been many rumors since "the Kingdom II".
But Lars von Trier has also its objections.May be silly, but ...
- To create a third season can be silly. One will surely say that the first episodes yet they were the best. David Lynch tried to make a conclusion on the "Twin Peaks", and it was something nonsense.
It says Lars von Trier to Euroman, but adds:
On the other hand, it could be a challenging task to get it to hang together, which would have been very nice.Danish director Lars Von Trier gestures during an interview at a hotel in Antibes, southern France, Tuesday, May 17, 2005. Trier's movie Show more more is dead
Who, if any, to the bekle part of the nøkkelrollene, is not known. In 1998 died the Swedish actor Ernst-Hugo Jägergård. He was known as the koleriske superior in the series with a violent hatred to Denmark.
Two years later died, Kirsten Rolffes, who played the spiritualist mrs. Drusse.
With årå has also Holger Juul Hansen, Otto Brandenburg, Baard Owe, and Jens Okking passed away.
The american writer Stephen King got the rights to the story and created a us version which got mixed reception.Trier rebel again: More than 100 left the cinema