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DogvilleThe beautiful fugitive, Grace, is reluctantly accepted in a small Colorado town. In exchange, she agrees to work for them. As a search visits town, she finds out that their support has a price. Yet her dangerous secret is never far away...
Actors of "Dogville"
Characters of "Dogville"
Directors of "Dogville"Lars von TrierBirthdate: 30 April 1956, Copenhagen, Denmark
Creators of "Dogville"Lars von TrierBirthdate: 30 April 1956, Copenhagen, Denmark
Critic Reviews of "Dogville"Time OutJanuary 26, 2006
Ambitious, intriguing but fatally self-important ...Washington PostSeptember 26, 2005
For all of "Dogville's" strengths -- its powerful performances, the ingenious staging, how quickly and completely the audience accepts its stylized reality -- its take-home message is, ultimately, measly.New York Magazine/VultureAugust 07, 2004
There's nothing static about [Von Trier's] technique, but everything else about the movie is dreary and closed off.New YorkerAugust 01, 2004
What Lars von Trier has achieved is avant-gardism for idiots.Orlando SentinelMay 28, 2004
Fascinating for a while but, in the end, just sleep-inducing.Arizona RepublicMay 13, 2004
It's a tough sit through tough questions.Cinema CrazedApril 29, 2009
[Director] Trier attempts to pass this off as art, when really it's just ridiculous.Urban CinefileOctober 18, 2008
Thought provoking with its dense and intense themes, Dogville highlights the best and the worst in us all; the emotions it agitates are hard to shake.Paste MagazineJune 03, 2008
These elements come together to form a movie that is clinically ironic but also unique, inspired, and quite sublime.eFilmCritic.comJuly 30, 2007
This minimalist, digital-video-shot film has its own cinematic flash and thunder, and does things only movies can do.Film ScoutsJune 21, 2007
An exceptionally literary film that at the same time employs extremely theatrical set design. Leave it to the mad genius of Denmark to kick cinema's ass once again.Princeton Town TopicsMay 02, 2007
After about an hour, the novelty wears off, and you're aching to see an actual animal and real shrubs. After two hours, you feel disappointed when you realize that this wouldn't even make a good play. After three hours, it's downright infuriating.
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