Uncut version of `Nymphomaniac` to premiere at 64th Berlinale
London: The uncut version of `Nymphomaniac: Volume I` will have a world premiere at the 64th Berlin International Film Festival, starting Feb 6.
Directed by Lars von Trier, the movie, about a self-diagnosed nymphomaniac and her erotic experiences with the man who saved her after a beating, will have an out of competition screening, reports variety.com.
The Berlin premiere will be the only screening of the uncut version of `Volume I` until the long version of `Volume II` premieres later in 2014.
"Berlinale audiences will be the first to see the long uncut version of `Nymphomaniac Volume I`. Lars von Trier, a guest of the Berlinale for the first time in 1984, returns to the festival with the film. The aesthetic he has created in `Nymphomaniac’ is impressive and radical," Dieter Kosslick, Berlinale director, said.
The movie features Charlotte Gainsbourg, Stellan Skarsgard, Shia LaBeouf.