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Current Rating: 4.00

Current Rating: 4.00

based on 1837 votes and 11 reviews

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  • Loved it - thought provoking. If you don't like thinking then best avoided.
  • It`s a wonderful film. If you`re not willing to watch it then of course your not going to like it, but that`s like eating salt when you wanted sugar.
  • It is awful
  • It`s not a hollywood film so don`t expect a hollywood film. Aside from that, it`s genius! A real thought provoker.
  • LVT has made a brilliant movie and he had a great cast that were game enough to give him what he wants. The world needs moviemakers that hold a mirror to the world especially in these awful times that we seem to forget so easily. More of this, please.
  • It is a wonderful movie about human`s behavior not in US , but all over the world. On my opinion Trier is not sadist or ill-minded at all. His realism about human societies is a little more ahead from calm Europans.
  • Lars Von Tier is a simple minded idiot
  • Lars Von Tier`s Dogville is a rare work of cinema. It wasn`t intended to be beautiful, but somehow it managed to be. The acting as great, the sets- well...if it isn`t what you`d expect you`d be surprised...the first movie in a long time that lets the imagination take over...
  • Dogville is a masterpiece. It will stick with you and make you think. A beautiful take on the ruthlessness of human nature and violence.
  • I usually rate films for their after affect. It has bee a long time since a film has left such a lasting impression on me. It was a good five minutes before I could lift my jaw and close my mouth at the end of it. In one word, "BRILLIANT!"

Dogville

Genre:  Drama , Thriller | Running Time:  177 min.
Release date:  April 2, 2004 | On DVD/VOD:  August 24, 2004

Current rating: Rating: 4.00
based on 1837 votes and 11 reviews
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Cast: Nicole Kidman, Paul Bettany, Lauren Bacall, James Caan, Patricia Clarkson, Ben Gazzara, John Hurt, Chloe Sevigny, Stellan Skarsgård