‘Nymphomaniac’ Gets Darker With Part II Trailer (VIDEO)


Those wishing to continue Joe’s sexventure that started in “Nymphomaniac: Part I” are in luck.

Magnolia has released the trailer to “Nymphomaniac: Part II” just three days before the first part hits theaters, and it shows the protagonist Joe (Charlotte Gainsbourg) veering to the darker side of her sexual journey.

“I am a nymphomaniac, and I love my filthy, dirty lust,” she proclaims in what appears to be a support group.

It also features more Shia LaBeouf and Joe looking toward employment. Stacy Martin, Jamie Bell, Willem Dafoe, Stellan Skarsgard, Mia Goth and Jean Marc-Barr also star in Lars von Trier’s four-hour shagnum opus.

The first part of the series was released on VOD March 6, and will hit theaters on Friday. “Nymphomaniac: Volume II” will be released on VOD on Thursday and be in limited theaters on April 4.

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  1. It’s about time they dragged this aspect of humanity into normal. Shia, man i remeber you in transformers in that car with the hot chick. Who would have thought.

  2. Kaseyk says:

    I hope this BS bombs royally.

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  4. Floyd says:

    Why? That’s all I’ve got to say. Looks like something from an arts grant.

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