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Melancholia [REVIEW]

Is Nazi lover Lars now feeling “Melancholia” (ha!)? With wit, reviewed by guest critic Kimmo Mustonenen Impacts Cannes:¬† The apocalyptic drama “Melancholia” are pushed into the background – of a provocateur Lars von Trier and his statement that he was a Nazi. The man is…