It's The End Of The World As We Know It In 'Melancholia' Trailer

This may be your last chance to tell Kiefer Sutherland how you really feel about him. The good news is that Kirsten Dunst is about to be hit by another planet. The bad news is that so are we. Fair trade though, right? Lars Von Trier's Antichrist follow-up, Melancholia, looks like it won't leave you any less bummed out but it does seem like it won't make theater-goers vomit. Which is usually a plus. The film stars Kirsten Dunst and Charlotte Gainsbourg as sisters who rub one another the wrong way while a newly revealed planet barrels toward Earth on a collision course. Will this dysfunctional family collide with one another in the face of this threat? Or will they shatter to pieces?? This may be your last chance to tell Kiefer Sutherland how you really feel about him.

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