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Danish funds overcome Dogville's language barrier

Lars von Trier will always be regarded as the exception to any rule, so while there is still some dispute over the Danish Film Institute's reluctance to back Thomas Vinterberg's It's All About Love with more than $357,000 (DKR3m) on the grounds of it being an English-language project, no one is likely to complain about the Institute's $951,000 backing of Denmark's most prominent director's new film Dogville, regardless of it's language.

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