A trailer has finally arrived for the Greek film "Dogtooth," which won the Prix Un Certain Regard at Cannes last year, and it is a brow-furrowing 95 seconds of demented satire.
The film, from director Yorgos Lanthimos, "depicts a married couple with three young-adult children (one boy, two girls) and their struggle to keep their family sheltered from the outside world," in the words of The Playlist, who had the film on their Must See list for 2010.
They also suggested that it might be better to see the film without first seeing the trail -- we can't say, so we'll leave it to you to decide, but the small taste we got has moved this on to our watch list.
U.S. & World
The day's top national and international news.