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Disaster after disaster, an already frail man descends into madness after his talking dog announces that he is actually his defence lawyer.


Christopher Morris


Christopher Morris (screenplay), Christopher Morris (monologue) | 1 more credit »
Won 1 BAFTA Film Award. See more awards »


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Cast overview:
Paddy Considine ... Him
Miranda Pleasence Miranda Pleasence ... Imogen / Mum (as Miranda Pleasance)
Simon Greenall Simon Greenall ... Father in Church
Richard Lumsden ... Father in Park
Christopher Ettridge Christopher Ettridge ... Bus Conductor
Hayley Bird Hayley Bird ... Girl in Park
Eve Darby MacLennan Eve Darby MacLennan ... Girl in Church
Geoffrey Beevers Geoffrey Beevers ... Cleric
Christopher Morris ... Rothko (voice)
Phil Cornwell ... Gerbil (voice)
Ged Day Ged Day ... Seventies Dad
Tom Panton Tom Panton ... Dog Warden
Michelle Hebbron Michelle Hebbron ... Family in Park
Isabel Mitchell Isabel Mitchell ... Family in Park
Samuel Mitchell Samuel Mitchell ... Family in Park


Adapted from a monologue in his "Blue Jam" radio series, Chris Morris' first short film is a haunting black comedy about a man who no longer uses his name because he's decided he's ceased to deserve one, and a dog called Rothko who says he is the man's lawyer. As reality bleeds into hallucination, Rothko decides to take the man for a walk... Written by James Wilkinson <wilko_3000@yahoo.com>

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Release Date:

6 November 2002 (UK) See more »

Also Known As:

Dog Daze See more »

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Warp Films See more »
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Sound Mix:

Dolby Digital


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Rothko: You'd better apologise for what you're about to do.
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Funniest thing I've seen in quite a while!
9 May 2004 | by mesmericSee all my reviews

I suppose some of the other reviewers here may think I am a really sick person, but I thought this was hilarious! Prior to this viewing, I had never heard of Chris Morris, probably because I live on the other side of the Pond, but I will seek out more.

I won't recap the content because others have already done so on this forum. My reactions to this material are quite different from others' reactions, however, and I encourage the reader to take a chance and see what their own reactions will be.

As a clinical social worker who has worked extensively with the chronic mentally ill, I was not offended by the portrayal of an obviously deranged person. Persons experiencing psychotic episodes involving command hallucinations, whether aural or visual, are human, and the content and logic of their experience, while bizarre, is recognizably human. You may recall something you once believed and later found to be false or inaccurate in some way. To the extent that this belief influenced your decisions at that time, you were sharing the same mechanism that causes a psychotic person to believe a dog is speaking to them or the television is blinking in some mysterious way that may or may not be revealing something important. The difference is in degree and, possibly, in the lack or over-abundance of certain brain chemicals.

I give this a 9/10.

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