An excerpt of something I wrote in grad school is below. Because it is based in more Gilles Deleuze, the Cliff Notes version: Time in Dogtooth (2009, Dir. Yorgos Lanthimos) is nonlinear based on the injury to the brother's arm and how it is displayed in various scenes. Therefore, on top of all of the other insanity in the film, you do not know in which order the events of the film occurred.
"The most complex display of the first index of the short form action-image occurs periodically throughout the film, perhaps to signify the concept that Dogtooth may be a temporally nonlinear film. The oldest sister slashes her brother’s arm with a kitchen knife. In the next shot, his younger sister asks him about his wound while they are by the pool. But for the rest of the film, there is no consistency as to when the brother is shown with his injury and when he is not. Particularly with the pool scenes where the siblings practice holding their breath underwater for their father (no bandage, cut appears to be healing), practice CPR (no bandage or sign of injury), or when the oldest sister re-enacts Jaws (bandaged arm). To interpret in terms of the ASA’, action (A) would be that the brother’s arm is cut by his oldest sister. The situation (S) would be the implications of jealousy on the sister’s behalf or nonlinear temporality. The last Action (A’) is the implied action that the mother punishes the oldest sister for attacking her brother by hitting her over the head and locking her in her room. But due to the jumps in time where the injury is displayed, then not, it implies that the attack and the punishment could have been two separate and unconnected incidents. However, if the incongruities of time are delineated, it can be argued that the frequent jealous and violent behavior that the oldest sister displays towards her brother (and the subsequent humiliation of being forced to have sex with him) could factor into one of her reasons for escaping the compound."
 In order and with approximate times, these sequences delineate the inconsistency of the brother’s injury: his arm is cut (:38), pool practicing CPR – no bandage or visible injury (:45), underwater breathing contest – cut is visible and healing (:48), dinner with Sinatra/”grandpa” record – bandage (:56), Jaws re-enactment in pool – bandage (1:05), brother picks a sister to have sex with – bandage (1:12), sex with oldest sister – bandage (1:14), finds the “zombie” in the garden – no bandage (1:16), parents anniversary party – no bandage or visible injury (but no close-ups of the brother either) (1:20), kisses younger sister – no bandage, possible healing of cut visible (if it is not a chunk of the younger sister’s hair resting on his arm) (1:28)