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MFAH Film Premiere Series: Dogtooth

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Greece's latest Sundance sensation,Dogtooth (2009), directed by Greek director Yorgos Lathimos, is a zany dark comedy about the lives of three teenagers living in an isolated countryside home.

The three listen to homemade vocabulary tapes of made-up definitions by their possessive, control-freak parents, who also invent stories of a brother exiled for bad behavior. The father is the only one who can leave the house, and the only outsider allowed in is a girl named Christina, who is paid to be the only son's whore. Eventually, Christina grows tired of this menial role and makes sexual advances to the other family members — spreading the seeds of rebellion throughout the estate.

Note: For audiences 18 and over

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Museum of Fine Arts, Houston
1001 Bissonnet St.
Houston, TX 77005
http://mfah.org/films.asp?par1=1&par2=507&par3=1313&par4=1&par5=1&par6=1&par7=&lgc=6&eid=&currentPage=

TICKET INFO

Tickets are $7
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