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Dogtooth
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Dogtooth

Dogtooth

2009
Comedy, Drama
1h 37m
The father, the mother and their three kids live in a house at the outskirts of a city. There is a tall fence surrounding the house. The kids have never left the house. They are being educated, entertained, bored and exercised in the manner that their parents deem appropriate, without any influence from the outside world.
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65th
70
Unconventional, to put it mildly. Completely unpredictable; one can never be sure whether the next scene will be hilarious (the cat scene) or disturbing. Lanthimos' film is off-putting, fascinating and, in retrospect, a little hollow. Maybe with a cohesive plot the many original ideas could've been explored in a satisfying way. But 'Dogtooth' is not a conventional film and what stays with you are the What The Fuck?!-moments. It just felt like the film had the potential to offer more than those.
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81st
77
Genre ''comedy''? What the hell?
Rated
94th
87
David Lynch meets Full House, sort of. A confusing first few minutes, but once things start falling into place you're just blown away by how disturbing and fascinating the premise is. Really, the more I think about it, the more uncomfortable I get. Filmed in a sterile way, which makes everything seem even more surreal. A dark look into control, protection and denial taken to their extremes.
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4th
19
Neat idea but done in a truly awful way. Ultimate shock for the sake of shock alone.
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97th
100
Remarkable. A nightmare world created solely for its purposeless perpetuation of the status quo. Composed nearly entirely with static, off-kilter framing. Marked by explosive acts of brutality and idiosyncratic, hilarious acts of rebellion that stand in opposition to its detached aesthetic. A film, rigorous in technique and unrelenting in its own inscrutable logic, about repression that still, somehow, never succumbs to proselytizing, explication or judgment. Go family values!
Avg Percentile 64.70% from 3578 total ratings
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