As a Pioneer of Dogma 95 Lars Von Trier has produced films that break the patterns of classical narrative cinema and exclude identification with audiences. Dogville is the most important example of this movement of director who takes provocative movies where the cinematic catharsis is pushed back into the background. The Dogtooth film, which is influenced by the Dogma 95 movement and shot by Greek director Yorgos Lanhtimos, is considered one of the most important examples of the new wave Greek cinema. These films which have provacative cinema aesthetics take a stand aginst to classical narrative cinema with their shocking and game changer features they created in the audience. In this article, writer Angelos Koutsourakis plumbs the depths of Von Trier and Lanthimos in their narrative and formal dimensions, crossing their cinematic conception in depth with reference to other films of the directors.