“DOGTOOTH is like a car crash. You cannot look away.” - Roger Ebert, Chicago Sun-Times
“Few movies convey such a deeply unnerving atmosphere in nearly every scene while simultaneously capitalizing on an absurd black comic sensibility.” - Eric Kohn, Indiewire
Monday, September 26 at 6:00pm | A darkly humorous and decidedly perverse look at the definition of family, Lanthimos’ second feature finds three adult children held prisoner in their home by their controlling and depraved father. When a visitor sparks their curiosity about the outside world, they hatch a plan to escape captivity, which has “protected” them, but prepared them for nothing.
50/50 Series: The Film Center celebrates our 50th anniversary with 50/50, a year-long series presenting a film from each year we’ve been open, Monday nights at 6:00PM. From films that hold significance to the Film Center’s history, to films that were cultural touch points in a particular year, from art house favorites to locally connected stories, 50/50 invites audiences to steep themselves in a history of cinema. View full series here.
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