There’s not much more to say about Yorgos Lanthimos’ unapologetically enigmatic Dogtooth that hasn’t already been said. It is ambiguous to the point of pretentiousness, sexually virtuous to the point of pornographic; but the sense of poetic realism that seeps through the cracks is to be admired.
I can’t say that I particularly enjoyed it, but I’m glad it exists. Originality is what separates these projects from the gargantuan recycling industry that is Hollywood.
Watch it. Admire it. But above all: question it.