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A lot of funny things are written in the ending credits. And a lot of names are also written with their nicknames. At the end we can read: "Nous ne remercions pas pour leur collaboration: René Bousquet, Maurice Papon et le pape Pie XIII." ("We don't thank for their collaboration...") See more »
In this comedy, a man finds suddenly that his dog has turned to a man. He don't talk, don't learn any language: he's really a dog with a man body! Like many dogs, Didier loves to play with balls. So, this is a great occasion for his master to hire him on a soccer team! That's where the cultural problem starts with this movie: in Canada, or in the USA, soccer is not a religion as it is in France. So, we don't understand all that really matters with this sport. As a french guy, I also was upsetted with the english expressions used by these french actors. But to see the "man dog" is really funny. He is really really a dog!
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