Three dogs of the Perro de Presa Canario, a.k.a. Canary Mastiff breed were used to play the role of De Niro. Their names were Curly, Ademar and Han Solo. Each of them had a different task. One more dog of the breed appears in the movie - a little puppy. It was given as a present to Yariv Lerner, CEO of Nu Boyana Film Studios, where the movie was shot. The puppy was named De Niro. See more »
When the film shows the dog's view it includes the Near-sightedness but it lacks the red-green colorblindness that dogs would have (as they only see the primary colors of red, green and blue). See more »
Turns out that freshwater fish don't make it in the salt. Me, I'm a freshwater fish. I know I'm in the right tank.
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WOW, what a unique and nearly flawless suspenseful thriller produced exceptionally well!
I held off watching this film due to its low rating. Finally when I was bored and had nothing to watch, I gave it a go - and was very surprised how great this film is.
I am shocked as to why this films score is so low. For starters, the all star cast performances where outstanding. The directing and cinematography was sheer perfection. The writing/screenplay so unique - especially the viewpoint from the Mastiff, and the sub-stories within the story that ultimately all come together at the end.
I'm not a fan of slow paced films, but this one was an exception. Its 93 min length was perfect, and there was more than enough suspense to keep me on the edge of my seat, or engulfed in curiosity with the sub-stories to wonder where they will lead to. Even the score was perfect.
Director-writer-producer Paul Solet hit this one out of the ball park. I was especially intrigued how he presented the reality of the lucrative underground fights that most of the public don't know exist.
If you're thinking of watching this film - dog lover or not, ignore the reviews and watch it. It's a story told really well that shows two sides of humanity. I recommend it and will watch it again! A well deserved 9.5/10 rounded up to a 10/10. Now go see it!
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