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The Idiots (1998) Poster

(1998)

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Referenced in 

I Lars von Triers rige (1999) (TV Movie)
mentioned in the tv-special
The Girl Next Door (1999)
A promotional display for "The Idiots" is shown.
Bleeder (1999)
Storytelling (2001)
The History of Hardcore (2002) (TV Movie)
poster shown
The Purified (2003)
Det danske dogmeri (2005) (Video)
The documentary shows clips from the film
Den idiotiske filtersætning (2005) (Video)
The documentary shows clips from the film
Muchachada nui: Episode #1.10 (2007) (TV Episode)
Lars von Trier (Joaquín Reyes' character) talks about his movie.
Road to Hell 3 (2008) (Short)
Uses it to explain the setting of the movie
One Minutes (2009)
Style and theme references in the section Woman Becomes a Man in One Minutes
Midnight Movie Review: Halloween Horror Top 25, nr. 2: Antichrist (2010) (TV Episode)
in overview on Lars von Trier's career
O Cão (2010) (Short)
Cinematography reference - Final scene
Ebert Presents: At the Movies: Classics from the Vault: Movies that Changed the Movies (2011) (TV Episode)
Ignatiy says that the film started the trend of unsimulated sex in arthouse films
Brows Held High: Antichrist (2012) (TV Episode)
another film by Lars von Trier
Natholdet - med Anders Breinholt: Nikolaj Lie Kaas (2012) (TV Episode)
Anders mentions the movie

Featured in 

Lars from 1-10 (1998)
several clips shown
I Lars von Triers rige (1999) (TV Movie)
footage used in tv-special
The Last Days of the Board (1999) (TV Movie)
clip shown
De ydmygede (1999)
The Purified (2003)
SexTV: Pornography in Denmark/Bawdy Language (2003) (TV Episode)
Clip from film is used in this episode.
Anecdotes from 'Europa' (2005) (Video)
footage used in documentary
Ebert Presents: At the Movies: Episode #2.17 (2011) (TV Episode)
clips are shown during Kartina Richardson's segment
Side by Side (2012)
Clip
Brows Held High: The Idiots (2012) (TV Episode)
movie is reviewed
Brows Held High: Melancholia (2012) (TV Episode)
Oan recalls his last Von Trier movie, and the Dogma movement.

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