Excerpt: Il film ha squarci di grande potenza visiva. Il prologo con la bicicletta di Lili, che percorre la città deserta, inseguita da centinaia di cani è un’immagine che non si dimentica. E che ritorna nel finale.
Excerpt: In this imaginative but inept cautionary parable—the Un Certain Regard prize-winner at Cannes—a girl searches for her beloved dog, who becomes a canine Spartacus after being brutalized by a cruel dog-fighting ring.
Excerpt: The dogs are the tail that wags this movie, and that eerily dreamlike opening sequence is paid off with a stunning climax as the pack of dogs, 271 of them, and all real, not a CGI imposter among them, comes stampeding through the streets of Budapest.
Excerpt: White God’ spends too much time with its people; but what you will remember about it is the hundreds of dogs rampaging through the streets of Budapest, a feat of practical animal choreography that has never been attempted on this scale before.