RED DOG (Theatrical Release Australia 2011)

 Ben Meyers’ rating: 4.3|5.0 Starsìììì

 Red Dog—an odd little movie—puts itself together in a series of short vignettes about a small Australian populations’ experiences with a red dog over its lifespan from the time it appears out of the desert, chooses its owner, and stays with that owner until its death. There is a definite uncanny, supernatural slant to the film that makes it entertaining and worth a watch, especially for dog lovers.

 Storyline

 An Australian dog shows great loyalty to its owner.

 Additional Thanks

 Thank you to Director Kriv Stenders for directing effort. Thank you to Executive Producers Su Armstrong, Graham Burke, John Fremes, Randy Hermann, Joel Pearlman, Aaron Ryder, Daniel Taplitz, and Ron Woss for making the film possible. Additional characters/cast include: John (Josh Lucas), Nancy (Rachael Taylor), Jocko (Ronan Nichol), Thomas Baker (Luke Ford), Vanno (Arthur Angel), Peeto (John Batchelor), Red Dog (Koko), Rosa (Keisha Castle-Hughes), Jack (Noah Taylor), Maureen (Loene Carmen), Mr. Cribbage (Paul Blackwell), and Mrs. Cribbage (Jacquy Phillips).  

Buy a ticket? Yes? No? Maybe? 

Yes. This is a simple tale that serves as a teen/adult watch.Great work for all involved. 

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