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Ping is a chihuahua rescued from the pound by nearsighted Ethel, who thinks he's a cat. When a pair of bumbling thieves try to break into Ethel's house to steal the money they think she has stashed away, only Ping can foil their plans.
This is a small 'country' drama. Not saying New Zealand is small. I mean it involves a few people in a remote area. The story revolves around the mother of a young boy and an american pilot.
Not too much is surprising in this film. The stolen money subplot can be solved quicker than it starts. The outcome of the main story... I hate to give people even hints as to the story or resolution of a film but needless to say, once you have watched the first 10mins you'll know that there will be no Shyamalanian ending to this little puppy.
Nothing is particularly interesting about the film. Of course you want to know how it turns out. It wouldn't have been made otherwise, but this film will really only appeal to the drama lovers. Who will revel in the sad moments, love story and the 'listen to me tell you how bad my life has been' speeches.
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