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Melancholia is a 2011 film written and directed by Lars von Trier, starring Kirsten Dunst, Charlotte Gainsbourg and Kiefer Sutherland. The narrative revolves around two sisters during and shortly after the wedding party of one of them, while Earth is about to collide with an approaching rogue planet. The film prominently features music from the prelude to Richard Wagner's opera Tristan und Isolde (1857–59).
Trier's initial inspiration for the film came from a depressive episode he suffered and the insight that depressed people remain calm in stressful situations. The film is a Danish production by Zentropa, with international co-producers in Sweden, France, Germany and Italy. Filming took place in Sweden.
The film premiered in May 2011 at the 64th Cannes Film Festival. Dunst received the festival's Best Actress Award for her performance.
The film begins with an introductory sequence shot in extreme slow motion, involving the main characters and images from space and introducing many of the film's visual leitmotifs. A shot from outer space shows a giant planet approaching Earth; the two planets collide. The film continues in two parts, each named for one of two sisters.
In part one,
"The final entry in this ambitious trilogy opens with another young girl having disappeared. This recent murder has some alarming similarities to the previous abductions. A chief detective is forced to come to terms with the fact that he may have helped convict the wrong man. A local solicitor trying to uncover the real perpetrator finds himself revealing a catalogue of cover ups. Each film can be viewed alone."
Quoting the description from the 2010 Mostly British Film Festival site.