The aim of this study is to analyze the movie "Dogtooth" in terms of object relations. Film; It is about the life of a family consisting of a mother, father and two sisters and a brother, who are understood to be in their early twenties, in their detached house far from the city. The house is surrounded by high fences and it is striking that the family members, except for the father, are completely isolated from the outside world - partly the mother. Mother and children do not go out of the house during the movie. Although the beginning of the story is unknown, it is understood that especially the children at home are disconnected from the outside world from a very early period -perhaps from their birth. It is seen that the house and the people of the house are disconnected from reality in parallel with the unpacking of the products taken into the house, the lack of phone-internet-television access, the videos that are limited only to the content of their own lives, and the manipulation of the language by teaching the meanings of words differently. Both the mother and the children are kept under control by the authoritarian imposition of the father, who has his own rules, on the house. In this study; From the perspective of Frued, Bion and Lacan, the interaction and object relations -the spiritual dynamics of the mother, father and children, the parent-child relationship, the relations between the spouses, the developmental processes of the children and the relations between the children- were evaluated through the film, which reveals such a life.
Keywords: Dogtooth, Freud, Bion, Lacan, movie analysis