Sound On Sight Radio #163 – Where the Wild Things Are, Precious & Dogtooth

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No two childhoods are exactly alike. For every youth full of Little League and orange floats, another is spent living in a shack, poking dead animals with sticks, and making hobo weapons out of scrap metal and bed springs. Tonight, Sound on Sight takes a look at a wide spectrum of cinematic childhoods, as we review the flights of fancy of Spike Jonze’s Where the Wild Things Are, the demented leg-humping sexuality of the Greek Kynodontas (aka Canine or Dogtooth), and the misery porn of Precious.

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  1. […] The five films nominated for Best Foreign Language Film by the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences, will be announced next week. Right now they are down to nine contenders. On the list is a film that we here at Sound On Sight raved about way back in 2009 – Greece’s critically beloved Dogtooth (listen to our review from Sound On Sight Radio: episode #163). […]

  2. […] 6- Dogtooth […]

  3. […] team placed Giorgos Lanthimos’ family- based drama Dogtooth on their top five films of 2009 (Listen to our review on podcast #165 or read my review here). The Dogtooth director who has kept busy preparing for his next film, has […]

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