A mexican film reminiscent of some of Luis Bunuel's work
Los Perros de Dios, The Dogs of God, is a deeply symbolic, deeply allegorical film look at Mexican life. You get the feeling that the director tried his best to make this a serious film, but with so many outlandish visions junxtaposed with a somber plot, you can't help but laugh.
This film reminded me of Luis Bunuel's work especially "Un Chien Andalou","The Phantoms of Liberty", and "L'Age D'or". I'm not sure where you can obtain of copy of it, the only reason that I saw it was that it happened to be a late-night film on Univision, the spanish-language channel in the USA.
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