There is a lot of excitement being generated about the premier of "Nymphomaniac" at the Berlin Film Festival in February, reports The Hollywood Reporter on Dec. 20, 2013. Charlotte Gainsbourg is the provocative star in this intensely exciting film. Director Dieter Kosslick said, "Berlinale audiences will be the first to see the long uncut version of Nymphomaniac Volume I."
The aesthetic aura created by Kosslickhe in Nymphomaniac is impressive and radical. This sexually explicit film has the imagination running at high speed from the title alone. There are two theatrical versions of the film totaling 4 1/2 hours. On Christmas Day the "Nymphomaniac" will premier in Denmark and than appear across Europe and the rest of the world.
"Nymphomaniac" stars alluring Charlotte Gainsbourg as a sex addict who is recounting her sexual experiences
throughout her life, reports The Guardian. The film is described in a review by Xan Brooks for The Guardian
as "a bruising, gruelling experience" that "bludgeons the body and tenderizes the soul. It is perplexing, preposterous and utterly fascinating." This appears to be a sensational piece of artwork which just about everyone is going to want to see.