|Failes, Ian July 26, 2009||Note, "Focus Points" is a collection of shorts—see Yee, Cameron November 30, 2009|
|2000• " On , the film has a score of 49 out of 100, based on 46 reviews, indicating "mixed or average reviews"||Retrieved September 20, 2020|
|Peter Sciretta||as , a teenage refugee and admirer of John Connor and the Resistance|
|Justine crassly dismisses her idea||McG noted it was a testament to the gritty style of the film|
|: Mia• Salvation portrays the post-pubertal interlude of three young adults as a wasteland of squandered time, a day-to-day life drifting between nonsense, disco and fatality, conveyed through videos personally filmed by the protagonists||When ANDREAS massively exaggerates and carelessly throws himself on some subway tracks just to shock his best friend, CLEMENS has had enough and quits their friendship|
|When asked about the relation between the influences of German Romanticism in Melancholia and Trier's own German heritage, the director brought up that he had been raised believing his biological father was a Jew, only to learn as an adult that his actual father was a German||He maintained two elements of the previous films; that John is an outsider to the authorities, and someone of future importance is being protected, and in this film, it is Kyle Reese|
|Retrieved May 14, 2008||2010• Seeing that it has nearly doubled in size, Claire realizes the Earth is doomed and descends into a|
|Von Trier then developed the story not primarily as a disaster film, and without any ambition to portray realistically, but as a way to examine the human psyche during a disaster||Her role was a "small but pivotal" one and would only require ten days of shooting|
In the last shot, Leo and Justine sit in as Melancholia fills the sky on its final approach, its surface becoming closer and closer with each passing second.
Michael Cieply July 2, 2008.
John Rosengrant and replaced Winston, and McG commented that they are "trying to achieve something that's never been done before" and "push the envelope".
English press kit.
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