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Dog Pound (2010)

Not Rated | | Drama | 23 June 2010 (France)
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Three juvenile delinquents are sentenced to a correctional facility where they encounter gang violence, death, and harassment from staff and other inmates.

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Angel (as Mateo Morales)
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Max
Taylor Poulin ...
Banks
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Frank
Lawrence Bayne ...
Goodyear
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Sands
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Loony
Bryan Murphy ...
Eckersley
Michael Morang ...
Harrel
Clayton Joseph ...
Kuruk
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Sal
William Ellis ...
Meakin
Michael States Jr. ...
Gahege (as Michael Jr. States)
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When 17-year-old Butch is sent to the Enola Vale Youth Correctional Center in Montana for blinding an abusive correctional officer, he brings with him a deep-seated intolerance for injustices and a penchant for meting out retributions on his own. No one had better mess with him or anyone else while he's there. Unfortunately, many do. Written by statmanjeff

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The version on Netflix uses British English subtitles. See more »

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On the chalkboard, when Butch is brought into a meeting to talk about anger issues, the word "aggression" is spelled as "agression". See more »

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[first lines]
Davis' Girl: Ah! Not some of that shit.
Davis: Shut the fuck up, bitch!
Davis' Girl: Don't call me a bitch.
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Remake of Scum (1979) See more »

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Lonesome Moon
Composed by Darrell Wayne Perry/Jerry Marcum
(p) & © Bruton Music Ltd
Courtesy of Universal Publishing Production Music France
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Inspired by scum
24 September 2010 | by (Ireland) – See all my reviews

Alan Clarke made the violent and barbaric movie Scum 31 years ago and there have been various attempts with smiler movies since, all trying to become the daddy of juvenile delinquent dramas, from Sean Penn in Bad Boys to Larry Clarke's Kids. This avaricious animal is the most successful attempt thus far. This attempt, albeit billed as 'inspired' by scum, is inherently a remake with three miscreants sent to a juvenile facility in Montana, with no chance of any hope of reform, forced into a system of sheer brutality forcing Butch (Adam Butcher) to go on the rampage. And though Alan Clarke's original film still has the edge, this perhaps has more relevance for a new generation of cinema goers which cleverly used real ex prisoner instead of conventionally well know actors, helping in part to set a more real and gritty tone. Having said all that I did enjoy it.


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