The Kingdom Exodus Trailer: Lars von Trier is back

MUBI releases the third and final season of von Trier’s long-running hospital horror comedy this November.

The gate to the kingdom opens again, again.

The grumpy Dane Lars von Trier is probably there again funniest Project his otherwise murky career with a brand new third and final season of The Kingdom titled The Kingdom Exodus. The series, which revolves around the mad staff and patients in a Copenhagen hospital’s neurosurgery department, returns on November 27, courtesy of streaming platform and cinema distributor MUBI. Check out the official trailer below.

Following a world premiere at the Venice Film Festival and a screening at the Toronto International Film Festival, episodes will be released weekly exclusively on the streaming platform. And that’s after MUBI premiered the newly restored seasons 1 and 2 from the 1990s. The full rollout list is below.

The Kingdom Exodus builds on and concludes Lars von Trier’s cult classic series, which centers on strange phenomena at the Kingdom Hospital: mutilation, a Greek chorus of dishwashers, ghosts in the hallways, a doctor who quickly nurses a full-blown Udo Kier World brings 1 among them at the end of the series.

MUBI describes it as a ghost story about the hospital built on the old bleaching ponds in Copenhagen, where evil has taken root and medical science struggles with itself on a daily basis. In this final installment, sleepwalker Karen will search for answers to the series’ unsolved questions in order to save the hospital from collapse. One night, Karen sleeps soundly, wanders into the darkness and inexplicably ends up in front of the hospital, setting off a chain of bizarre events and bringing faces new and old to the hospital.

This is the first project we’ve seen from Trier since The House That Jack Built brought him back to Cannes in 2018 after seven years unwanted person Status — and since he announced his Parkinson’s diagnosis earlier this year.

“Lars is in good spirits and is being treated for his symptoms – and being treated to complete ‘Riget Exodus’,” a statement from the Palme d’Or winner’s representatives said at the time. “Due to the illness, Lars will only be able to participate in limited interviews until the premiere later in the year.”

Here’s the full rollout schedule for Kingdom.

“The Kingdom” I – November 13th

Episode 1: “Unheavenly Hosts”
Episode 2: “Thy Kingdom Come”
Episode 3: “A Foreign Body”
Episode 4: “The Living Dead”

“The Kingdom” II – November 20th

Episode 5: “Mors in Tabula”
Episode 6: “Passing Birds”
Episode 7: “Gargantua”
Episode 8: “Pandemonium”

“The Exodus of the Kingdom”

Episode 9: “Halmar” – November 27th
Episode 10: “Congress Dances” – December 4th
Episode 11: “Big Brother” – December 11th
Episode 12: “Barbarossa” – December 18th
Episode 13: “Exodus” – December 25th

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