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Inu no eiga (2005)

It is no secret that dogs are the superlative of superlatives when it comes to life and existence on this planet so it should be no surprise that a film, or anthology, on these noble beings... See full summary »
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Shidô Nakamura ... Kentaru Yamada
Aoi Miyazaki ... Mika
Misaki Itô ... Misaki Shiratori
Manami Konishi Manami Konishi ... Kaori
Yûki Amami Yûki Amami ... Misaki
Ryûta Satô ... Katsuhiko
Otoha Otoha ... Tomomi
Yoshiyoshi Arakawa Yoshiyoshi Arakawa ... Koro (voice)
Jay Kabira Jay Kabira ... Masao
Shirô Sano ... Uncle
Eri Watanabe Eri Watanabe ... Aunt (as Eriko Watanabe)
Hinano Yoshikawa Hinano Yoshikawa ... Young Wife
Tae Kimura Tae Kimura ... Kaori's Mom
Mina Shimizu Mina Shimizu ... Yasuyo
Rinako Matsuoka Rinako Matsuoka ... Rica
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It is no secret that dogs are the superlative of superlatives when it comes to life and existence on this planet so it should be no surprise that a film, or anthology, on these noble beings would tug at the heart. In different sketches several directors depict the lives of dogs and their human parents while examining thoughts, deeds and patterns thematically from both points-of-view. Written by aghaemi

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dog | noble | puppy | nobility | canine | See All (9) »

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Country:

Japan

Language:

Japanese

Release Date:

19 March 2005 (Japan) See more »

Also Known As:

All About My Dog See more »

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Dolby Digital

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Color

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1.85 : 1
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Well bond between human and dogs..
1 October 2006 | by ianlimSee all my reviews

This film brought me to tears when watching it, lots of touching moments.

It also has some humorous scenes though, for example the Bowlingual story, where a scientist was trying to invent a device that translate dogs speech as he wondering why the dogs always barks (telling) at him..

Overall this film has a total package of, happiness, sorrow and laughters well presented, excellent work on putting different stories and messages together.

It's a worth watching film especially if you are a dog lover, after all, it's 'All About My Dog'. ;)


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