ISO presents two isolationist parables exploring parental control gone mad. Deniz Ergüven’s César award winning Mustang is an intimate, naturalistic portrayal of familial dysfunction, patriarchal oppression and forbidden sexuality. Yorgos Lathimos’ Dogtooth (one of David Lynch’s favourite films) takes these themes to their surreal, demented, and blackly comic extreme. Both films offer a sharp indictment of modern society by exploring the dark side of a parent’s attempts to preserve a child’s innocence.
Come and experience these two unique and thought provoking films in ISO’s basement screening room as part of Scalarama 2018.
Tickets are discounted if attending both screenings.