Strange and haunting are just two of the adjectives that describe this look at relationships. It's like an updated, outré Twilight Zone episode. The country is at war; the neighbors are disappearing and a man who believes he's a dog shows up at a family's house. At first, Lisa, the daughter, is disturbed by him, but comes to accept him and names him Prince. He eats scraps of food and even chases sticks for her. Her father, on the other hand, feels threatened by the dog. His nominal reason is fear for his daughter's safety, but at some level, his feelings about his manhood are challenged. Tensions rise, and the end is very disturbing. A must-see for those who enjoy intelligent film-making.
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