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This scene of Justine floating down the stream with her bouquet was inspired by John Everett Millais’ 1852 painting “Ophelia” (x)

1 year ago • 1,323 notes • February 26th
Tagged with i love this film  Melancholia  2010s  Lars von Trier  Film  1850s  Ophelia  Art  John Everett Millais  
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