I was furious when they removed my books from the academy library. Now I understand.
I wrote fiction. It wasn’t science. What I wrote was naive, dangerous.
The worst thing that can happen in the name of science is when the system becomes all-important.
We always looked for the element of crime in society. But why not look in the very nature of man? So much has happened in Europe. This book has become dangerous.
Forbrydelsens element, 1984, Lars von Trier (via jackphilip)