A man comes home from work, greeted by his dog roaming outside and by a neighbor complaining about the dog. The man bends over to pet his dog and finds that it's bleeding. "Oh my God," he mutters. He enters his house and there makes grisly discoveries, repeating over and over, "Oh my God!" and "How did this happen?" Soon his neighbor hears the exclamations. The man's fate concludes the film. Written by
I got to see this movie at the South Bend Film Festival just this past weekend. Wow! I didn't read the blurb in the festival guide about this being a comedy and was shocked that everyone was laughing hysterically at what seemed to be a gruesome tragedy. A couple minutes into the movie and I couldn't stop laughing. I don't really think I've seen anything quite like it. The movie was probably the perfect length and the joke didn't get old. I felt a little guilty about laughing so hard when the subject matter was so dark, but damn, it was funny. I was still laughing about it a few minutes into the next feature. Good Job, Mr. Bryant.
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