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Lars von Trier: - He suffers from Parkinson's disease

Lars von Trier: – He suffers from Parkinson’s disease

Danish film director Lars von Trier, 66, has been diagnosed with Parkinson’s disease Danish BT.

It is the production company Zentropa that is reporting in a press release after an agreement with the Danish director.

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Lars is in good spirits and is being treated for his symptoms, and work continues to complete Regrett’s Exit as planned.

Furthermore, the press release states that Von Trier will be doing a limited number of interviews until the premiere later this year.

“Riget Exodus” is the third season of the Danish series “Riket”, and it premieres at the Venice Film Festival at the end of August.

The series is considered a major breakthrough when the first season was released in 1994. The second season came in 1997.

The series has been highly praised and has won several film awards.

The director’s films and series are known for their bleak worldview, and for addressing controversial topics.

Recently he shocked and provoked reviewers and viewers with such films as “Nymphomaniac”, “Epidemic”, “Antichrist”, “Dancer in the Dark” and “Dogville”.

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The 66-year-old has achieved huge international success for many of the works he directed.

In 2000, he won, among other things, the Palme d’Or at the Cannes Film Festival for “Dancer in the Dark”, for which he was also nominated for an Academy Award and a Golden Globe.

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According to the NHI, Parkinson’s disease results from cells in the brain that help control movements that are destroyed.

For people with Parkinson’s disease, the gait can eventually become jerky and unsteady. The site continues that the voice may also become weaker, the way of speaking is more monotonous, and the face may be devoid of expressions.