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The movie the dogs watch on the projector is "The White Sun of the Desert", a Soviet classic. USSR astronauts used to watch this movie before launching to space. This tradition is still kept by Russian astronauts till now . See more »
I took the time to write a brief review because I feel that the other reviewers definitely missed the point. Space dogs doesn't have the best state of the art animation technology, but the characters are really nice and lovable and we must give a chance to other productions to develop, not only Disney/Pixar. After all, many people still enjoy the old Bety Boop cartoons from the 20's, so the technique is not really the most important in a story. That said, I wouldn't call the animation "crude". It's not Mamoru Oshii, but it's acceptable.
I admit, the story has a bit of nostalgia for the old soviet times, which on the other side is a legitime feeling for many people in that side of the world. But I wouldn't call that "Propaganda", unless we agree to also call propaganda to 90% of the American animation. The most important thing about it: It's fun to watch, my 3 and 4 year old kids enjoyed a lot, and we have had a really good time together.
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