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Dogville is a danois film of genre Drama directed by Lars von Trier released in USA on 19 may 2003 with Nicole Kidman

Dogville (2003)

Dogville
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Facebook Share this quote on facebook A quiet little town not far from here.

Facebook Share this quote on facebook A quiet little town not far from here.

Prologue

Facebook Share this quote on facebook Which introduces us to the Town and its residents...

Facebook Share this quote on facebook This is the sad tale of the township of Dogville. Dogville was in the Rocky Mountains in the US of A. Up here where the road came to its definitive end near the entrance to the old, abandoned silver mine. .

Facebook Share this quote on facebook Most of the buildings were pretty wretched; more like shacks; frankly. The house in which Tom lived was the best, though, and in good times might almost have passed for presentable.

Facebook Share this quote on facebook Tom's father had been a doctor and now received a modest pension so it was no great disaster for Tom to drift about not doing anything in particular. Tom was a writer… at any rate by his own lights. Oh, his output as committed to paper was so far limited to the words "great" and "small", followed by a question mark, but nevertheless meticulously archived in one of his many bureau drawers... In order to postpone the time at which he would have to put pen to paper in earnest, Tom had now come up with a series of meetings on moral rearmament with which he felt obliged to benefit the town.

Facebook Share this quote on facebook Jason gave that mutt a bone with meat on it? When did we last see meat? Next time you waste good food I'll take your knife away. Oughta known it was you giv'n meat to eat. Moses was meant to be hungry! To keep watch.
Chuck.


Facebook Share this quote on facebook These are wicked times, Tom Edison. Soon there'll be folks by with even less than us.
Chuck.


Facebook Share this quote on facebook You think they're fine? I don't think so, I think there is a lot this country has forgotten. I just try and refresh folks memory by way of illustration.
Tom


Chapter ONE

Facebook Share this quote on facebook In which Tom hears gunfire and meets Grace.


Facebook Share this quote on facebook Is there another way?
Grace.


Facebook Share this quote on facebook She could have kept her vulnerability to herself, but she had elected to give herself up to him at random. As... Yes... a gift. "Generous, very generous", thought Tom.

Facebook Share this quote on facebook Are you saying that everybody in this town is like you?
Grace to Tom.


Facebook Share this quote on facebook I think you have plenty to offer Dogville.
Tom to Grace.


Facebook Share this quote on facebook To call the mood of the audience at Tom’s morale lecture in the mission house the next day "enthusiastic" would have been going too far — but they had come. And Tom had launched himself fearlessly into his endeavor to illustrate the human problem: to receive. The subject was obvious, but quite dreadfully ill-considered by this young man. To compensate for his lack of preparation Tom made diligent use of his technique of lashing out somewhat haphazardly in all directions. .


Facebook Share this quote on facebook Observant, that's what I am.
Tom.


Facebook Share this quote on facebook I really don't want to put any of you in jeopardy.
Grace.


Facebook Share this quote on facebook Surely we can offer her two weeks! And if after that time so much as one man cries out Be gone! — I promise I'll happily send her packing myself.
Tom.


Facebook Share this quote on facebook Those awful figurines say more about the people in this town, than many words.
Tom


Chapter TWO

Facebook Share this quote on facebook In which Grace follows Tom's plan and embarks upon physical labour

Facebook Share this quote on facebook A cleanin' lady for a cleanin' lady? You be talkin' nonsense, Mister Ben!
Olivia.


Facebook Share this quote on facebook Grace turned into the alley which went by the exotic name, Glunen Street to knock on the door of the blind — but only too vain — man.

Facebook Share this quote on facebook Grace had ended up next to Ma Ginger's gooseberry bushes, in a mood that was not particularly good.


Facebook Share this quote on facebook I went to Mr. McKay. I went to Martha and to Chuck and Vera's, and nobody seems to need any help. They all think everyone else needs something, and not themselves.
Grace.


Facebook Share this quote on facebook Perhaps there's something you don't need done?
Tom.



Facebook Share this quote on facebook I'll happily mind Achilles if Vera will let me. But if he doesn't like me he doesn't like me.
Grace.




Facebook Share this quote on facebook If you want my Ma to like you, and let you stay. You'll just have to be nice to me.
Jason.





Facebook Share this quote on facebook That's why you wanted to get rid of me...because you can't stand that I remind you of what it was you came here to find.
Grace.


Chapter THREE

Facebook Share this quote on facebook In which Grace indulges in a shady piece of provocation.

Facebook Share this quote on facebook There is not much to see around here. Wretched town.
Jack McKay.



Facebook Share this quote on facebook Grace was standing beside Tom, watching them convene, and knew inside herself that this might well be the last time she would see these now so familiar faces. She had at least two of them against her, and even one would have been too many.


Facebook Share this quote on facebook I think they like you here.
Tom


Chapter FOUR

Facebook Share this quote on facebook Happy times in Dogville


Chapter FIVE

Facebook Share this quote on facebook Fourth of July after all

Facebook Share this quote on facebook Today was a day for celebration. Nobody was to worry about the hard times. And Grace could stop at Ma Gingers window quite content: to ascertain that only two of the little china figurines remained, and were thus the only two she had not yet been able to save up enough to purchase.


Facebook Share this quote on facebook This year I didn't bring any notes with me. Because I'm not gonna pretend, I can read them. Which brings me to a point. A point I wanna make. And that point is you Grace. Yes. You have made Dogville a wonderful place to live in. As a matter of fact, somebody tells me they ran into grumpy old Chuck down the street and he was actually smiling. Well, I've never seen your smile, Grace, but I will bet you I could describe it. Because it obviously has every color that's refracted from the shiniest prism in the world. You probably have a face to match that. Does she have a face to match that, Tom?
Jack McKay.



Facebook Share this quote on facebook Grace was the same and so was the town. That the gangsters had fixed to have charges made against Grace in their efforts to neutralize her came as no surprise. But everything had changed a little yet again.

Facebook Share this quote on facebook Well, they couldn't really argue that anything had changed. But by not telling the police they felt they were committing a crime themselves.
Tom.


Facebook Share this quote on facebook I think I should leave.
Grace.




Facebook Share this quote on facebook I hate it for you to see me like this. I can't bare that I'm doubting you. I'm sorry. Goodnight.
Grace.



Facebook Share this quote on facebook Grace: Don't be upset. I'm sorry if I doubted you. It won't happen again. I promise you.
Chuck: I wouldn't make that promise if I was you. When you fended me off, a thought came into my mind that made me ashamed. A thought that you would hate me for.


Facebook Share this quote on facebook I was just resting. Awful lot to do here in Dogville, considering nobody needs anything done. Jason wants to sit on my lap all the time.
Grace.


Facebook Share this quote on facebook Grace: You can see through it all, can't you. I'll tell you, I'm gonna be asleep in two minutes.
Tom: What if I don't want you to go to sleep?
Grace: I don't think you have a choice tonight.

Facebook Share this quote on facebook Tom: I do love you, Grace.
Grace: I'm glad you love me. I love you, too. I really do.

Facebook Share this quote on facebook We have our whole lives ahead of us. The thing that I love about you is that you don't demand anything of me. That we can just be together.
Grace.


Chapter SIX

Facebook Share this quote on facebook In which Dogville bares its teeth

Facebook Share this quote on facebook I have been mean to the others too, even baby Achilles. And he's so tiny he can't put up a fight. It's not right... I got it coming to me, I know. I deserve a spanking.
Jason.







Chapter SEVEN

Facebook Share this quote on facebook In which Grace finally gets enough of Dogville, leaves the town, and again sees the light of day

Facebook Share this quote on facebook That evening Tom had sensed at once that something had taken place, but had to plead with Grace for ages before she finally broke down and unburdened herself.


Facebook Share this quote on facebook Next day the weather changed. The fog came rolling down from the mountains. And although there were no sunsets to be seen, McKay thought it best that she sat by him anyway. She had sat by Jack McKay so many times now, but Jack had not got better at judging the distance between them. On the contrary, where fingers alone had previously brushed her young flesh, now it was a hand that remained in place throughout the allotted span.

Facebook Share this quote on facebook The hours in the orchard were long now, for the harvest was underway. And Grace had long since given up arguing with Chuck's perception that respect for cultivation, harvest, and fruit could be directly measured in provision of carnality.

Facebook Share this quote on facebook Though reluctant to leave Grace alone Tom wandered around quite often now, lost in thought as he tried to crack the problem of possible escape. And as Grace's wages no longer found their way to her purse he had stepped in, and together they had triumphantly picked up the last of the seven figurines from Ma Ginger's window.

Facebook Share this quote on facebook She saw you, Grace. She saw you. Behind this pile of broken limbs... with Chuck... He said it wasn't the first time you'd made advances towards him. He never told me before because he wanted to spare my feelings. He's a withdrawn and primitive man, but at heart he's loyal and he is good. What do you want with my husband?
Vera.


Facebook Share this quote on facebook I believe smashing them is less a crime than making them.
Vera.




Facebook Share this quote on facebook June is near to bursting. She can't use the pot on her own, as you well know. It ain't fitting' to toy with her just 'cause she's crippled and can't help herself.
Olivia.


Facebook Share this quote on facebook The evening before the escape Tom tactically thought it best not to press his desires of the flesh too hard upon Grace, and instead he adopted a more sensitive approach.



Facebook Share this quote on facebook I shouldn't be ashamed wanting you, should I? It's nothing to be ashamed of.
Tom.


Facebook Share this quote on facebook Its lovely. It's lovely that we want each other. But not this way.
Grace.





Chapter EIGHT

Facebook Share this quote on facebook In which there is a meeting where the truth is told and Tom leaves (only to return later)


Facebook Share this quote on facebook Please don't disappear, Tom. I need you.
Grace.


Facebook Share this quote on facebook Everything I tried to do went wrong. I can't come up with the answer I was looking for.
Tom.


Facebook Share this quote on facebook It all started with a meeting, so it will be logical to end it with one too. You'll talk and they'll listen. They can't refuse to listen.
Tom.



Facebook Share this quote on facebook The snow had come early, perhaps too early. A misplaced augury of conciliation. Tom looked around, worried: Vera's teeth were clenched. She was the first to speak.

Facebook Share this quote on facebook Copious lies. Just lies.
Vera.


Facebook Share this quote on facebook Tom, I got to tell you. Even I have trouble defending that girl. With your help, which I prefer to think was accidental, Tom... She has managed to spread bitterness and troubles throughout this whole town. She has to go. How do we get rid of her, Tom.
Jack McKay.


Facebook Share this quote on facebook I asked you here to listen. You only came to defend yourselves... I'm sorry it's quite a blow to me to see all of my friends act this way, so uncivilized.
Tom.


Facebook Share this quote on facebook No, no more plans. I promise. They asked me to chose between you and them. That's not difficult on a day like today. I love you. You may be stronger, it's true, but the ideals, the ideals we share... I've chosen, Grace. I have chosen you. Now it is the time! The time we've been waiting for. We free ourselves of Dogville.
Tom.







Facebook Share this quote on facebook I wouldn't say we won exactly, not exactly, but I think something very good can come out of this, something very good.
Tom.


Facebook Share this quote on facebook Two people only hurt each other if they doubt the love they have for one another. You can read it some other time. You sit down some place and gaze out at the mountains. It's what the girl in my novel does.
Tom.


Facebook Share this quote on facebook After two days off Grace had been put back to work, but the quietness remained... Indeed it intensified ... until on the fifth day it swelled into a strange mood that, all of a sudden, brought all the citizens to the street to listen. They asked each other if the phone was really still down, or if they'd heard about Ben having had to turn his truck around on his way to Georgetown that very morning on account of a large tree blocking the road. They were not worried ... worried was not the right word... and then Tom spotted the cars.


Chapter NINE

Facebook Share this quote on facebook In which Dogville receives the long-awaited visit and the film ends

Facebook Share this quote on facebook From the moment when they'd finally heard the sound of vehicles starting one after the other from the direction of the edge of the woods, things had moved rapidly. Tom had arranged a delegation to provide a proper reception. Dogville might be off the beaten track, but it was hospitable, nevertheless.


Facebook Share this quote on facebook The Man In The Coat, on seeing Grace bound.

Facebook Share this quote on facebook Grace was no expert in exclusive automobiles, yet she recognized with no difficulty the sound of the vehicle that was rounding the corner from Canyon Road at that very moment. Alas, in Grace's memory the legendary purr of the Cadillac series 355 C was inextricably linked with another, rather less sophisticated sound: that of gunfire directed against her person.

Facebook Share this quote on facebook Shooting at you certainly didn't help matters. Of course not. You're, far, far too stubborn.
The Big Man.


Facebook Share this quote on facebook Our last conversation, the one in which you told me what it was you didn't like about me, never really concluded — as you ran away. I should be allowed to tell you what I don't like about you. That I believe would be a rule of polite conversation.
The Big Man.







Facebook Share this quote on facebook It would only make the town more frightened, but hardly make it a better place. And it could happen again. Somebody happening by, revealing their frailty.
Grace.


Facebook Share this quote on facebook A man can't really be blamed for being scared now, can he?
Tom.




Facebook Share this quote on facebook Grace, giving instructions to executioners working for the Big Man.

Facebook Share this quote on facebook We've better get you out of here. I'm afraid, you've learned far too much already.
The Big Man.


Facebook Share this quote on facebook You want the curtains opened? You don't need them anymore.
Driver.


Facebook Share this quote on facebook I think we should open them. I think it's appropriate.
Grace.



Quotes about Dogville

Facebook Share this quote on facebook Alphabetized by author

Facebook Share this quote on facebook Shocks, galvanizes, and exhilarates.
Jeanne Aufmuth, Palo Alto Weekly.

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Facebook Share this quote on facebook Sean Axmaker The Seattle Post-Intelligencer.

Facebook Share this quote on facebook Singular and unforgettable — the work of a brilliant crackpot.
Joe Baltake in The Sacramento Bee.

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Facebook Share this quote on facebook John Beifuss in Commercial Appeal (Memphis, TN).

Facebook Share this quote on facebook James Berardinelli in Reelviews.

Facebook Share this quote on facebook Brilliant and infuriating, wise and naïve, outrageous yet unforgettable.
Jami Bernard in The New York Daily News.

Facebook Share this quote on facebook Jami Bernard in The New York Daily News.

Facebook Share this quote on facebook Yes, all the rumours are true. Dogville is vile, hilarious... and essential.
Sean Burns, Philadelphia Weekly.

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Facebook Share this quote on facebook Robert W. Butler in The Kansas City Star.

Facebook Share this quote on facebook Larry Carroll, Filmstew.com.

Facebook Share this quote on facebook Rich with meaning or a sublime prank, Dogville gets to you.
Jeannette Catsoulis in The Las Vegas Mercury.

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Facebook Share this quote on facebook Jeffrey Chen in Window to the Movies.

Facebook Share this quote on facebook Erik Childress at Efilmcritic.com.

Facebook Share this quote on facebook Uncompromising filmmaking that's both artistic and powerfully entertaining.
Rich Cline, Shadows On The Wall.

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Facebook Share this quote on facebook It's a pity that the political point-scoring at Cannes, admittedly fired up by Von Trier's provocateur stance, has diminished the perception of Dogville's artistic worth. Dogville is daunting, non-naturalistic and bold. Von Trier has denied it was intended as an antithesis of Billy Wilder's Our Town; his concerns in the film are bigger than America-bashing. It's a moral parable for our times.
Mary Colbert in Boxoffice Magazine.

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Facebook Share this quote on facebook Colin Covert in The Minneapolis Star Tribune.

Facebook Share this quote on facebook For a movie with such bold visual designs and high-flown rhetorical ambitions, it seems almost reactionary to say that it works because the performances are so good.
Nick Davis at Nick's Flick Picks.

Facebook Share this quote on facebook Nick Davis at Nick's Flick Picks.

Facebook Share this quote on facebook Daniel Eagan in Film Journal International.

Facebook Share this quote on facebook It is a valiant but risky attempt and, truth be told, it is only partially successful.
Michael Elliott, Movie Parables.

Facebook Share this quote on facebook Michael Elliott, Movie Parables.

Facebook Share this quote on facebook The acting is ice cold. The dialogue is lethargic. And if we're going to sit through any movie that's 177 minutes, it better have some Hobbits in it. There are no Hobbits here, so stay home.
E! Online.


Facebook Share this quote on facebook Jürgen Fauth at About.com.

Facebook Share this quote on facebook Phoebe Flowers, South Florida Sun-Sentinel.

Facebook Share this quote on facebook Has rarely been far from my mind in the 10 months following Cannes, during which time it has grown only richer, deeper and more complex than I initially estimated.
Scott Foundas in L.A. Weekly.

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Facebook Share this quote on facebook This brilliantly acted film is a highly stylized, surprisingly successful experiment that sits somewhere between theater and cinema.
Ken Fox, TV Guide's Movie Guide.

Facebook Share this quote on facebook Ken Fox, TV Guide's Movie Guide.

Facebook Share this quote on facebook The daring, artistic brilliance of Dogville far outshines any negative interpretation we may have of the work. It's to be praised for inspiring varying interpretations and generating debate.
Jack Garner in The Rochester Democrat And Chronicle.

Facebook Share this quote on facebook Jack Garner in The Rochester Democrat And Chronicle.

Facebook Share this quote on facebook An experience that's both grueling and, in its way, glorious.
Lance Goldenberg in the Weekly Planet.

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Facebook Share this quote on facebook Ed Gonzalez, Slant Magazine.

Facebook Share this quote on facebook Slow-moving but engrossing, it feels shorter, and any reservations you may have about the unorthodox approach are washed away by its unexpected and purgative ending.
Eric Harrison in The Houston Chronicle.

Facebook Share this quote on facebook Eric Harrison in The Houston Chronicle.

Facebook Share this quote on facebook Sarcastic humor, inventive staging and a brutal story combine to give Dogville the force of a bonfire, incendiary and beautiful.
Chris Hewitt in St. Paul Pioneer Press.

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Facebook Share this quote on facebook J. Hoberman in The Village Voice.

Facebook Share this quote on facebook Brutally masterful allegory.
Peter Howell in The Toronto Star.

Facebook Share this quote on facebook Peter Howell in The Toronto Star.

Facebook Share this quote on facebook Aesthetically sparse and thematically audacious, the searing work of a genuine provocateur
James Kendrick, at the Q Network Film Desk.

Facebook Share this quote on facebook James Kendrick, at the Q Network Film Desk.

Facebook Share this quote on facebook Dogville is no different from von Trier's earlier parables of vulnerability and brutality. And like those works, it is the staggering, infuriating work of a visionary filmmaker.
Lisa Kennedy in The Denver Post.

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Facebook Share this quote on facebook I hate it, yet I'm fascinated by the magnitude of the ambition and the failure to realize it.
Bruce Kirkland in Jam! Movies.

Facebook Share this quote on facebook Bruce Kirkland in Jam! Movies.

Facebook Share this quote on facebook Who but von Trier could make such a film? Who else would dare?
Liam Lacey in The Globe And Mail.

Facebook Share this quote on facebook Liam Lacey in The Globe And Mail.

Facebook Share this quote on facebook Kevin N. Laforest in the Montreal Film Journal.

Facebook Share this quote on facebook This is a seriously important film and a huge achievement.
Mick LaSalle, The San Francisco Chronicle.

Facebook Share this quote on facebook Mick LaSalle, The San Francisco Chronicle.

Facebook Share this quote on facebook Nearly as powerful as Von Trier's Dancer in the Dark.
Terry Lawson, Detroit Free Press.

Facebook Share this quote on facebook Terry Lawson, Detroit Free Press.

Facebook Share this quote on facebook Imprints itself on the consciousness and hauntingly lingers.
Arthur Lazere, Culturevulture.net.

Facebook Share this quote on facebook Arthur Lazere, Culturevulture.net.

Facebook Share this quote on facebook A stunning display of a filmmaker adventuring on the far side of what's possible.
Megan Lehmann in The New York Post.

Facebook Share this quote on facebook Megan Lehmann in The New York Post.

Facebook Share this quote on facebook A marvel — but the film's stylized technique makes great demands on cast and audience alike.
Donald J. Levit in Reeltalk Movie Reviews.

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Facebook Share this quote on facebook Tom Long in The Detroit News.

Facebook Share this quote on facebook It's simply a movie whose bite is as harsh and hard as its bark.
Bob Longino in The Atlanta Journal-Constitution.

Facebook Share this quote on facebook Bob Longino in The Atlanta Journal-Constitution.

Facebook Share this quote on facebook A tenacious, brutal drama that dares you to turn your back.
Glenn Lovell in The San Jose Mercury News.

Facebook Share this quote on facebook Glenn Lovell in The San Jose Mercury News.

Facebook Share this quote on facebook Jean Lowerison in The San Diego Metropolitan.

Facebook Share this quote on facebook A satanic Our Town.
Eric Lurio, Greenwich Village Gazette.

Facebook Share this quote on facebook Eric Lurio, Greenwich Village Gazette.

Facebook Share this quote on facebook A punishing film to sit through, and its rewards may well depend on how much credit you wish to give von Trier for doing something different. Because, for better or worse, Dogville is unlike anything else you'll see on screens this year.
Moira MacDonald in The Seattle Times.

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Facebook Share this quote on facebook Marc Mohan in The Oregonian.

Facebook Share this quote on facebook Kim Morgan, Reel.com.

Facebook Share this quote on facebook Wesley Morris in The Boston Globe.

Facebook Share this quote on facebook Utterly engrossing.
Scott Nash, Three Movie Buffs.

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Facebook Share this quote on facebook It's a tough sit through tough questions.
Richard Nilsen in The Arizona Republic.

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Facebook Share this quote on facebook Jeffrey Overstreet, Looking Closer.

Facebook Share this quote on facebook Running a painfully long three hours, Dogville is pretentious with a capital 'P.
Steve Rhodes in Internet Reviews.

Facebook Share this quote on facebook Steve Rhodes in Internet Reviews.

Facebook Share this quote on facebook Maddening, challenging and audacious, Dogville is an unlikely masterpiece.
Rene Rodriguez in The Miami Herald.

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Facebook Share this quote on facebook Kidman, in a performance as emotionally stark as any she's ever given, makes Grace's journey achingly real, even though everything around her is deliberately artificial.
James Sanford in the Kalamazoo Gazette.

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Facebook Share this quote on facebook You just have to see it to believe it. Frankly, I have never seen anything like it, which is not to say that it's good or bad, but it is different and even original.
Andrew Sarris in The New York Observer.

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Facebook Share this quote on facebook It's the best stage play you've ever attended, and you feel as if you're right in the middle of it.
Steve Schneider in The Orlando Weekly.

Facebook Share this quote on facebook Steve Schneider in The Orlando Weekly.

Facebook Share this quote on facebook Challenging, dramatic, provocative.
David Sterritt in The Christian Science Monitor.

Facebook Share this quote on facebook David Sterritt in The Christian Science Monitor.

Facebook Share this quote on facebook Michael Szymanski at Zap2it.com.

Facebook Share this quote on facebook Joshua Tanzer in OFFOFFOFF

Facebook Share this quote on facebook No matter how you come down on this movie politically, Dogville is a compelling chamber piece with constant cinematic surprises.
Desson Thomson in The Washington Post.

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Facebook Share this quote on facebook A masterpiece.
Joe Utichi in FilmFocus.

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Facebook Share this quote on facebook Has the discipline to properly challenge us, to incite discussion on any number of topics, and to leave us with something to think about the next time we look in the mirror.
Rob Vaux in the Flipside Movie Emporium.

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Facebook Share this quote on facebook James Verniere in The Boston Herald.

Facebook Share this quote on facebook Chris Vognar in The Dallas Morning News.

Facebook Share this quote on facebook Though certainly a failure in some respects, Dogville may be the most fascinating, richly accomplished screw-up you'll see all year.
Michael Wilmington in The Chicago Tribune.

Facebook Share this quote on facebook Michael Wilmington in The Chicago Tribune.

Facebook Share this quote on facebook Stephen Whitty in The Newark Star-Ledger