Watch: Official US Trailer for Acclaimed Greek Film 'Dogtooth'
Here we go. Kino International has finally debuted the official US trailer for the critically acclaimed Greek film Dogtooth. If you haven't heard about this film yet, then you better read up on it, or you won't know what you're even watching. Dogtooth is, to be frank, a twisted, odd, unsettling "satire" about a Greek family who keeps their teenage children locked up in a country estate. I saw this at Cannes last year, didn't enjoy it one bit, but it went on to win a big award there and has been heralded by fellow critics like James Rocchi. I don't know what else to say, but if you still want to see this, I say go for it. You definitely will not forget it!
Watch the official US trailer for Giorgos Lanthimos' Dogtooth:
A hyper-stylized mixture of physical violence and verbal comedy, Dogtooth is a darkly funny look at three teenagers confined inside of their parents' isolated country estate and kept under strict rule and regimen.
Dogtooth, also known as Kynodontas, was directed by Greek filmmaker Giorgos Lanthimos, of past Greek films My Best Friend and Kinetta. The screenplay was written by Lanthimos and first-time writer Efthymis Filippou. This premiered at the Cannes Film Festival last year where it won the Un Certain Regard Award, the top prize in its category. Kino International picked up the film after it played at other festivals and will be bringing Dogtooth to very limited theaters (New York/Los Angeles) starting on June 25th this summer.
I have to say, I'm actually kind of interested in this.
Kevin on Jun 8, 2010
I've heard good things - not expecting much, but will probably watch it for the, you know, odd experience.
Al on Jun 8, 2010
Ty on Jun 8, 2010
THIS was one of my favorite films in Cannes last year. SO GOOD
yup on Jun 8, 2010
yea...........WTF?...... but- i'm interested. not because i think it'll be a good movie but i'm curious where this story goes.
beavis on Jun 8, 2010
Oh fu*king please.....rates right up there with "Human Centipede"...what a bucket o' sh*t...
blasphemer on Jun 8, 2010
ummmmmm... wtf did I just watch?
Ben on Jun 8, 2010
My old neighbours were a bit like this, but the filming wasn't as good and they made much more noise.
Crapola on Jun 9, 2010
There are several themes working in here - definite must see!
iheartsubtitles on Jun 9, 2010
what. the. fuck.
Robb on Jun 9, 2010
Weird, Im' checking it out.
1544K on Jun 9, 2010
ill see it
DoomCanoe on Jun 9, 2010
splice is ok but this isnt?
james on Jun 9, 2010
Ambient on Jun 9, 2010
So a cat is the new killer rabbit LOL. I have no idea what this film is about but it looks interesting and made me laugh.
Moviegimp on Jun 9, 2010
I'll see it, every now and then a twisted movie is fun...
Xerxex on Jun 9, 2010
haha like how he smacks that bitch up with the vhs 😛 hahaha
DaftPUNKFAN on Jun 9, 2010
Geez. I went to wikipedia to read the plot of this thing just to satisfy my curiosity. Even the spoilers are bland. I'll wait til it comes out on netflix next week.
Duane on Jun 10, 2010
This looks sick and twisted. I'm in!
Eric on Jun 11, 2010
wow the vhs ass beaten was funny as hell. i'll watch it
raider on Jun 12, 2010
chilin on Jun 14, 2010
I saw this at a film Festival last year and it was one of my favourites of the festival. It's violent, warped, blackly funny at points, and pretty much unforgettable. The story is pretty unusual, a family who keep their adult children in a kind of suspended childhood, with some very bad consequences, and it won't be to everyone's taste, but I loved it. If you can handle the violence (it isn't constant, just a few strong moments) I strongly suggest you give it a chance. It is also very beautifully shot. Leave your expectations and prejudices at home and enjoy a very different kind of film.
Zz on Jun 18, 2010
I saw this at a film Festival last year and it was one of my favourites of the festival. It's violent, warped, blackly funny at points, and pretty much unforgettable. The story is certainly unusual, a family keep their adult children in a kind of suspended childhood with some very bad consequences, and it won't be to everyone's taste, but I loved it. If you can handle the violence (it isn't constant, but a few strong moments) I strongly suggest you give it a chance. It is also very beautifully shot. Leave your expectations and prejudices at home and enjoy a very different kind of film.
Zz on Jun 18, 2010
neonblue120 on Jun 19, 2010
so, this is just a greek version of "the royal tenenbaums"? I'll pass, thanks.
Jimbone on Jun 24, 2010
ebay >> DVD >> Dogtooth >> good times will come
PinkSushit on Jul 6, 2010
Sick and twisted. I like it!
Koowie on May 12, 2011
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