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Dogtooth (Kynodontas)

Dogtooth (Kynodontas) (2010)

Starring: Christos Stergioglou, Michelle Valley, Angeliki Papoulia

The father, the mother and their three kids live at the outskirts of a city. There is a tall fence surrounding the house. The kids have never been outside that fence. They are being reared in the manner that their parents deem appropriate, without any influence from the outside world. The only person allowed to enter the house is Christina. She works as a security guard at the father's business. The father arranges her visits to the house in order to appease the sexual urges of the son. The whole family is fond of her, especially the eldest daughter. One day Christina gives her as a present a headband that has stones that glow in the dark and asks for something in return.

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Alps

Alps (2012)

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Yorgos Lanthimos's follow-up to his Academy Award nominee (and cult sensation) Dogtooth is another darkly comic, absurdist vision of (in)human relationships, focusing on a mysterious underground organization that helps mourners get over their losses by impersonating the deceased. -- (C) Kino Lorber

Alps

Alps (2012)

Starring: Aggeliki Papoulia,Aris Servetalis,Johnny Vekris,Ariane Labed,Stavros Psillakis

Yorgos Lanthimos's follow-up to his Academy Award nominee (and cult sensation) Dogtooth is another darkly comic, absurdist vision of (in)human relationships, focusing on a mysterious underground organization that helps mourners get over their losses by impersonating the deceased. -- (C) Kino Lorber

Miss Violence

Miss Violence (2013)

Starring: Themis Panou,Constantinos Athanasiades,Chloe Bolota,Kostas Antalopoulos

Unhappy birthday: The day of her party, 11-year-old Angeliki jumps to her death from her family's fourth-floor balcony. The ensuing investigation into her seemingly inexplicable suicide gradually reveals unspeakable horrors lurking beneath the family's eerily placid surface. The latest in the remarkable wave of iconoclastic new Greek cinema that yielded DOGTOOTH and ATTENBERG, MISS VIOLENCE unfolds with a skin-crawling sense of deadpan detachment before it explodes in shattering tragedy. (c) Museum of the Moving Image

Dogtooth (Kynodontas)

Dogtooth (Kynodontas) (2010)

Starring: Christos Stergioglou,Michelle Valley,Angeliki Papoulia,Hristos Passalis,Christos Passalis

The father, the mother and their three kids live at the outskirts of a city. There is a tall fence surrounding the house. The kids have never been outside that fence. They are being reared in the manner that their parents deem appropriate, without any influence from the outside world. The only person allowed to enter the house is Christina. She works as a security guard at the father's business. The father arranges her visits to the house in order to appease the sexual urges of the son. The whole family is fond of her, especially the eldest daughter. One day Christina gives her as a present a headband that has stones that glow in the dark and asks for something in return.

L

L (2012)

Starring: Aris Servetalis, Lefteris Mathaios, Makis Papadimitriou

A 40-year-old professional driver who lives out of his car (and whose estranged wife and children live in a different car) mourns the death of his late friend to a tragic hunting accident, and gets fired from his delivering honey due to incompetence. Later, in a fit of existential angst, the newly unemployed driver falls in with a motorcycle gang. Aris Servetalis and Makis Papadimitrou co-star in this absurdist drama from director/co-writer Babis Makridis (who penned the screenplay alongside Dogtooth and Alps screenwriter Efthimis Filippou.

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