The uncut version of "Nymphomaniac: Volume I" will have a world premiere at the 64th Berlin International Film Festival, starting February 6.
Directed by Lars von Trier, the movie, about a self-diagnosed nymphomaniac and her erotic experiences with the man who saved her after a beating, will have an out of competition screening, reports variety.com.
The Berlin premiere will be the only screening of the uncut version of "Volume I" until the long version of "Volume II" premieres later in 2014.
"Berlinale audiences will be the first to see the long uncut version of 'Nymphomaniac Volume I'. Lars von Trier, a guest of the Berlinale for the first time in 1984, returns to the festival with the film. The aesthetic he has created in 'Nymphomaniac' is impressive and radical," Dieter Kosslick, Berlinale director, said.
The movie features Charlotte Gainsbourg, Stellan Skarsgard, Shia LaBeouf.