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Tom Trier said he bought the grassy lot on Higgins Road in Gilberts and the adjacent property with a house next to Pub 72.
Seven years later, von Trier has returned to Cannes after the festival deemed his punishment sufficient.
Marx spent the first 17 years of his life in Trier before moving to Bonn and then Berlin.
A native of Minnesota, Trier joined US Bank in 2000 as a portfolio manager.
The annual cinema showcase is the world's biggest and well-known haven for provocative voices like Von Trier's.
In a statement, the festival said it "profoundly regrets" that von Trier had made comments "unacceptable, intolerable, and contrary to the ideals of humanity and generosity" which it said underpinned the event.
The statement did not specify whether that meant von Trier's current Cannes film, Melancholia, has been removed and is no longer eligible for prizes.
Let us, then, attempt to parse von Trier's strange utterance.
Dogme had begun, and the manifesto, written by two of the Dogme "brothers," Lars von Trier and the younger Danish director Thomas Vinterberg (a graduate of the same film school as von Trier), quickly made its mark.
Eric Jonatan Spang Zelko David Dencik Karin Therese Damsgaard Margrethe Mille Hoffmeyer Lehfeldt Mads Soren Pilmark Bent Troels Lyby Narrator Lars von Trier Danish film poobah Lars von Trier prides himself on being the grain of grit in the well-oiled oyster of world cinema.
Film lovers can argue passionately about anything--about, say, the quality of the raise en scene in Howard the Duck--but if you want to take that kind of squabbling to the next level, your best move would be to bring up Lars von Trier. The Danish filmmaker is principally known to international audiences for Breaking the Waves (1996) and Dancer in the Dark (1999), along with a filmmaker's manifesto, Dogme '95, which received a good deal of mostly caustic consideration by the movie press upon its release ten years ago.