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Dogville

Dirigido por Lars von Trier
Dinamarca, Suécia, 2003
Drama, História, Vanguarda

Sinopse

Situado em uma pequena cidade fictícia dos EUA durante os anos 30 e filmado em um estúdio com um cenário mínimo, este filme conta a história de Grace, uma jovem que está fugindo de gângsteres e se refugia na pequena cidade mineira de Dogville.

Dogville Dirigido por Lars von Trier
This complex relationship of the conditional and unconditional suggests that there is never a choice between modes of hospitality or forgiveness, that there is always a constant tension and negotiation between the two collapsible poles. If this is the case, is Grace’s continual forgiveness truly unconditional? Could not Grace’s infinite forgiveness of Dogville’s conditional hospitality… also be considered a form of thematizing violence?
July 22, 2005
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Say what you will about Lars von Trier—I won’t deny that he can be an obnoxious self-promoter, and at times…, a bad director—but he absolutely does not unthinkingly mimic the hand-me-downs of artistic expression. Does this automatically ascend von Trier to the realm of political filmmaking? I still don’t think so—there’s too much shock-the-bourgeoisie silliness remaining in his creative instincts—but it does make him capable of producing some brilliant social commentary.
April 12, 2004
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Von Trier’s elegantly angry Dogville, despite its predilection for audience-goosing, is an exhilarating pilgrimage into Darkest Human Nature: as emotionally exacting as we’ve come to expect from the director, and as primally insinuating as well. As a technical exercise, it’s unimpeachable; each camera set-up, each metaphysical visual layer, each situational theater gambit validates the artform.
October 03, 2003
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