R | | Crime, Drama, Musical
An East European girl travels to the United States with her young son, expecting it to be like a Hollywood film.
During the Scatterheart-sequence, Selma (Björk) lies down on a stack of birch logs. In Icelandic, Norwegian and Swedish, "Björk" means "birch". Lars von Trier said he thought it would be fun to put in the movie.
I listen to my heart.
Surname of Selma's son should be a Jezek, not Jezková.
The film originally contained a song entitled "141 Steps"; however, after the Cannes premiere, director Lars von Trier decided to shorten it, and the song was subsequently reworked and retitled "107 Steps."
English, German, Czech
$91,612 24 September 2000