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Breaking the Waves
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(1996)

Breaking the Waves is Lars von Tier’s intimate story of love, loss, faith, and tragedy. Filmed in the Dogma 95 style; a woman tries to keep a relationship with her husband during hard times. The scenic imagery and excellent performances create a powerful film.

Runtime:
2:39
Released:
May 17, 1996

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Cast

2hb1romlehlj5b9peevaeoxh1hs Emily Watson Bess McNeill
4xlxxdkwtqqnhzc1qg5ko2o3mrh Stellan Skarsgård Jan Nyman
Katrin Cartlidge Dodo McNeill
Vlwlquc3qxnd0fibv2lqxov8j7i Jean-Marc Barr Terry
Adrian Rawlins Dr. Richardson
Jonathan Hackett Priest
Sandra Voe Mother
Ltidqla5xo7jhjobbmsa18np143 Udo Kier Sadistic Sailor
Gt8qqquileofmcm4qbq4fgt8sum Mikkel Gaup Pits
Roef Ragas Pim
Robert Robertson Chairman
Phil McCall Grandfather
Desmond Reilly An Elder
Sarah Gudgeon Sybilla
Finlay Welsh Coroner
David Gallacher Glasgow Doctor
Ray Jeffries Man on Bus
Owen Kavanagh Man at Lighthouse
Bob Docherty Man on Boat
Qlabrkkqjifmw8vhgi1ppaes4ol David Bateson Young Sailor

Crew

Camera

Robby Müller Director of Photography

Jean-Paul Meurisse Director of Photography

Eric Kress Director of Photography

Directing

Lars von Trier Director

Editing

Anders Refn Editor

Production

Peter Aalbæk Jensen Producer

Joyce Nettles Casting

Job Gosschalk Casting

Sound

Joachim Holbek Original Music Composer

Writing

Peter Asmussen Author