My dog stupid

My dog stupid

DVD - 2020 | French
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Henri is a middle-aged writer with fading inspiration. Feeling increasingly misunderstood by his family, he dreams of running away to start over again. Yet when he discovers a bad-mannered dog in his garden, he decides to adopt him, starting an unexpected friendship that inevitably upsets Henri's family and neighbors. The bittersweet and moving comedy about love standing the test of time.
Publisher: Brooklyn, NY : Icarus Films, [2020]
Copyright Date: ©2020
Branch Call Number: DVD MY DOG
Characteristics: 1 videodisc (approximately 106 min.) : sound, color ; 4 3/4 in.
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Alternative Title: Mon chien stupide


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Jan 31, 2021

It starts out with an amusing series of events featuring the title dog. After that, the dog is rarely seen. The father wrote one good book 25 years ago. Now the father spends his time blaming his four 20-something kids for ruining his promising writing career. They blame him for never being there for them, spending all his time writing utter trash that won't sell. Each kid soon leaves and so does his wife, leaving him alone with the dog. Fully depressed, he goes to great lengths lamenting in detail the wasted 25 years of his life when he should have been raising good kids instead of leaving everything to his overworked wife. His publisher recommends he write about the dog, the one bright spot in his wasted life. Not much to tell, however. Then she recommends he write about his ruined life, saying ironically, THIS is what his audience will eat up. WRONG! Listening him to go on and on about how utterly miserable he is makes his audience painfully bored and equally miserable. The one-star rating is for the dog's antics. The people were all stupid, including his publisher. Definitely NOT a kid's movie.


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