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Doggy Poo (2004)

Not Rated | | Animation, Short, Family | 23 March 2004 (USA)
Once upon a time, a little doggy poo lived on the side of a road. He felt all alone in the world. He believed that nobody needed him for anything, and that he had no purpose in life. If ... See full summary »

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(as Oh-Sung Kown)

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(story) (as Jung-Seang Kown), (adaptation) | 1 more credit »
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Credited cast:
Fiona Stuart ...
Doggy Poo (voice)
Josh Smith ...
Soil (voice)
Anna Desmarais ...
Dandelion / Hen / Sparrow (voice)
Kate Yoon ...
Leaf (voice)
Tony Ruse ...
Farmer (voice)
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Song Do-Yeong ...
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Mi-suk Jeong ...
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Once upon a time, a little doggy poo lived on the side of a road. He felt all alone in the world. He believed that nobody needed him for anything, and that he had no purpose in life. If only Doggy Poo had a reason for being, then he wouldn't give up on his dream to be useful to the world. One day, Doggy Poo meets a lovely dandelion sprout. Will she explain his purpose in life? Will she help make his dream come true? DVD Features: The Making of Doggy Poo (Original Producers' Documentary), Alternate Angle Color Storyboards for Entire Program, Original Korean Doggy Poo Pilot, Author Biography, U.S. Doggy Poo Trailer, Music Video, Photo Gallery, Set Gallery, Behind the Scenes Gallery, Previews, English & Korean with English Subtitles Written by Anonymous

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Poo Contemplates Meaning
5 November 2007 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

It is an enjoyable film. Perhaps I have a twisted sense of humor, but the absurdity of a pile of poo contemplating its existence was quite enjoyable! It was well done for what it was meant to be. What made it even better was that it was clay animation, so the doggy poo had that going for it in being a "life-like" cartoon of poo! It isn't deeply philosophical, but it is an attempt to say that "hey, there is meaning/purpose to your existence. Yes, there is a religious aspect to this film, but nothing specific - only "God has a plan for me" type message, nothing more.

Over all, I recommend this for entertainment with a few friends, so you all can laugh at the absurdities. Although, I am considering letting my kid watch it just to see how she reacts and see where the conversation will lead from there.


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