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    Breaking the Waves Movie Poster

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    One of my favorite movies - Breaking the waves

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    Breaking the Waves (1996) Oilman Jan is paralyzed in an accident. His wife, who prayed for his return, feels guilty; even more, when Jan urges her to have sex with another. Director: Lars von Trier Writers: Lars von Trier, Peter Asmussen (co-written by), and 1 more credit » Stars: Emily Watson, Stellan

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