I'm sure you've all had enough of a Lars Von Trier overload this week to last you a lifetime.
But one thing about his Cannes press conference that left him persona non grata with the Cannes committee is that he halfway made a film about this.
If you've never seen the omnibus film To Each His Own Cinema, he has a segment in it called Occupations. The film is basically what Kirstin Dunst wished she could do to him as he was saying he was a Nazi.
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