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Following Jack who is a previous architect, he couldn't accomplish anything in his work. His profound will of executing and malevolence drove him to be a sequential executioner. He figured out how to submit a chain of killings without deserting any proof him. In this film we pursue Jack while he describes his career crosswise over twelve years of being a sequential executioner.
152 min
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AV Club
It' von Trier is arguing with himself, locking us into a debate between his ego and his self-loathing, his confidence and his self-doubt.
May 17, 2018
Time Out
An empty provocation, The House That Jack Built aims for profundity but achieves only mild queasiness.
May 25, 2018
Los Angeles Times
Lars von Trier is a stupid, arrogant troll and, when the mood strikes him, a reasonably talented filmmaker. But there are only a few moments in "The House That Jack Built" in which his stupidity doesn't entirely overwhelm and negate his talent.
May 15, 2018
Empire Magazine
One of von Trier's most confrontingly horrible films is also one of his weakest.
December 10, 2018
Village Voice
As a longtime admirer of the director's work, I can't quite believe I'm saying this, but the most shocking thing I found about The House That Jack Built is how tedious it is.
May 15, 2018
NOW Toronto
This film chooses to eulogize the abuser, which is a troubling side to take - even in art.
December 10, 2018
Globe and Mail
If von Trier is instead merely content telling a sick joke - and the soundtrack, including the repeated use of David Bowie's Fame, suggests as much - it leads to a punchline we've all heard before.
December 07, 2018
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