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An indomitable spray dog takes as its territory the "home" of Matthew, a beggar immersed in solitude. Matthew, does not understand how it is that has been displaced by a dog and is... See more »

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Alexander Solórzano ...
Mateo

Directed by

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Albi De Abreu

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Albi De Abreu ... ()

Produced by

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Rodolfo Cova ... executive producer
Albi De Abreu ... executive producer / producer
Natalia Machado ... line producer / producer

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Gabriel Velasco

Cinematography by

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Oscar Lobo

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Miguel Angel Garcia

Editorial Department

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Caryl Deyn Korma ... digital intermediate colorist
Kenzo Mijares ... colorist

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Erasmo Colón

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Jaya Ramirez ... makeup artist

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Francisco Fuentes ... assistant director

Art Department

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Susana Rincon ... assistant art director
Roger Vargas ... props
Roger Vargas ... props

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Frank Rojas ... sound mixer / sound

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Evans Briceño ... post producer

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Pedro Mercado ... assistant camera
Frank Morgado ... first assistant camera
Victor Hugo Nasser ... gaffer
Jose Alirio Rojas ... camera operator

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Ana 'Cape' Grillet ... costumer

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Alvaro Paiva Bimbo ... additional music
Eduardo Tozzatto ... musician

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Plot Summary

An indomitable spray dog takes as its territory the "home" of Matthew, a beggar immersed in solitude. Matthew, does not understand how it is that has been displaced by a dog and is determined to regain their space at any cost. What seemed simple for Matthew ends up being a great battle, where the solitude and the company will play each office. Fang, is a story of reflection about how human beings are willing to bear so as not to be alone. Written by Anonymous

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  • Colmillo (Venezuela)
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  • 19 min
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