History Film / Dogtooth

15th Jan '16 8:50:23 AM Prfnoff
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'''''Dogtooth''''' (2009) is a Greek arthouse drama that won the "Un Certain Regard" award at Cannes. A husband and wife keep their three adult-age children within the walls of their expansive country estate, warning them of the supposed dangers of the outside world. The parents explain that the children can leave only when their "dogtooth" (i.e. their canine) falls out. Having no other options, the kids spend their days engaging in strange games and learning about the world around them. Their only outside visitor is Christina, a security guard at the father's workplace, who is brought in for sexual interaction with the son. As she interacts with the children, she reveals concepts and introduces outside realities that spark their curiosity and tantalize them to escape.
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'''''Dogtooth''''' ''Dogtooth'' (2009) is a Greek arthouse drama that won the "Un Certain Regard" award at Cannes. A husband and wife keep their three adult-age children within the walls of their expansive country estate, warning them of the supposed dangers of the outside world. The parents explain that the children can leave only when their "dogtooth" (i.e. their canine) falls out. Having no other options, the kids spend their days engaging in strange games and learning about the world around them. Their only outside visitor is Christina, a security guard at the father's workplace, who is brought in for sexual interaction with the son. As she interacts with the children, she reveals concepts and introduces outside realities that spark their curiosity and tantalize them to escape.
11th Mar '14 10:04:39 PM GodofChaos45
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* AnimalMetaphor: When the father has the process of training a dog explained to him, it is exactly what he is doing to his children.
11th Mar '14 9:51:08 PM GodofChaos45
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* Sabotutor: The father manages to twist the children's vocabulary to his likings.
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* Sabotutor: SaboTutor: The father manages to twist the children's vocabulary to his likings.
11th Mar '14 9:50:29 PM GodofChaos45
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6th Dec '13 7:21:11 AM eroock
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''Dogtooth'' (2009) is a Greek arthouse drama that won the "Un Certain Regard" award at Cannes. A husband and wife keep their three adult-age children within the walls of their expansive country estate, warning them of the supposed dangers of the outside world. The parents explain that the children can leave only when their "dogtooth" (i.e. their canine) falls out. Having no other options, the kids spend their days engaging in strange games and learning about the world around them. Their only outside visitor is Christina, a security guard at the father's workplace, who is brought in for sexual interaction with the son. As she interacts with the children, she reveals concepts and introduces outside realities that spark their curiosity and tantalize them to escape.
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''Dogtooth'' '''''Dogtooth''''' (2009) is a Greek arthouse drama that won the "Un Certain Regard" award at Cannes. A husband and wife keep their three adult-age children within the walls of their expansive country estate, warning them of the supposed dangers of the outside world. The parents explain that the children can leave only when their "dogtooth" (i.e. their canine) falls out. Having no other options, the kids spend their days engaging in strange games and learning about the world around them. Their only outside visitor is Christina, a security guard at the father's workplace, who is brought in for sexual interaction with the son. As she interacts with the children, she reveals concepts and introduces outside realities that spark their curiosity and tantalize them to escape.

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''Dogtooth'' (2009) is a Greek arthouse drama that won * Sabotutor: The father manages to twist the "Un Certain Regard" award at Cannes. A husband and wife keep their three adult-age children within the walls of their expansive country estate, warning them of the supposed dangers of the outside world. The parents explain that the children can leave only when their "dogtooth" (i.e. their canine) falls out. Having no other options, the kids spend their days engaging in strange games and learning about the world around them. Their only outside visitor is Christina, a security guard at the father's workplace, who is brought in for sexual interaction with the son. As she interacts with the children, she reveals concepts and introduces outside realities that spark their curiosity and tantalize them children's vocabulary to escape. his likings.
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