This twisted office comedy follows the madness that results when a hitherto-unseen “boss of it all” finally comes face-to-face with his employees. In short order, the “boss”—really an actor hired as a front by the spineless company president—finds himself engaged to his assistant, having an affair with the HR director, and facing threats from a computer programmer, among other woes. That Lars von Trier, a founder of the famously no-nonsense Dogme 95 group, would make a comedy in the spirit of, well, The Office, is a bit surreal in itself. But that he succeeds so completely in creating a silly, laugh-out-loud comic gem is a joy to behold—proving that great filmmakers can adapt to any genre.