Bjork Birch Logs
/10 with 9 votes
During the Scatterheart sequence, Bjork's character lies down on a pile of birch logs. In most Icelandic languages, Bjork means birch. Lars von Trier, the director, thought it would be funny to put in.
/10 with 7 votes
Court Room Egg
In the scene where the workers are leaving the factory, a woman and two children can be seen. The woman is director Lars Von Trier's wife, and the two children are their twin children. That shot was supposed to have been not included in the movie, but... more
/10 with 5 votes
In the court room scene, the judge's name is A. D. Mantle, referring to Anthony Dod Mantle, who directed three Dogme 95 films. Lars von Trier, who directed Dancer in the Dark, helped with these three movies.