I really don't remember what was this cartoon about. I can only recall the dubbing voice of the title character Gréti. Gréti, is a German shepherd dog, living with an ordinary family from the 90's (or 80's). The film has been made in a realistic style, and it's been animated very well. All the stories are told from the view of the dog. Human voices are appearing, but they're just mumbling nonsense (becouse we see the story from the dogs view!!! woohoo! Well, that is not a very bad idea, but i think we've seen that before). I thought talking animals would be fun, so I started to watch this. Than I realized: This kind of movie's quality only depends on the voice of the protagonist, for she's the only one who speaks (and some other dogs too, but mostly shes the speaker). And she's unbearably horrible. Utterly annoying. Totally disgusting. Sound like her owner put something up her tiny-dog ass. If she'd be my dog, I'd drop her out on the highway instead. Sorry, I'm being a bit rough on this one, but my hair stood up, when i first heard her voice... Other characters were actually quite nice, so that saves the film (from being unwatchable). If you want to watch a realistic tale about dogs, grab 'Plague Dogs' instead! (and a pack of hankies.).
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