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The Black Dog's Progress (2008)

The Black Dog's Progress
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Release date: 14 November 2008
Tags: Animation (1), Short (1)
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Andy Goulding added this to a list 1 year, 8 months ago
1001 Animated Shorts You Must See - The Full List (1001 movies items)

"DIR: Stephen Irwin SUMMARY: The story of the black dog, an unwanted pet who is tossed out by his owner and encounters a world of horrendous cruelty. WHY IT'S HERE: It's fair to say that 'The Black Dog's Progress' is not a film for everyone. It's story is relentlessly bleak and upsetting, as the titular black dog is rejected by his would-be owner and then subjected to every form of cruelty imaginable in a harsh world in which he finds himself alone. What makes this dark little film so memorab"


Andy Goulding added this to a list 1 year, 8 months ago
1001 Animated Shorts You Must See - Part 18 (50 movies items)

"DIR: Stephen Irwin SUMMARY: The story of the black dog, an unwanted pet who is tossed out by his owner and encounters a world of horrendous cruelty. WHY IT'S HERE: It's fair to say that 'The Black Dog's Progress' is not a film for everyone. It's story is relentlessly bleak and upsetting, as the titular black dog is rejected by his would-be owner and then subjected to every form of cruelty imaginable in a harsh world in which he finds himself alone. What makes this dark little film so memorable"



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