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 »
[brandishing his gun angrily]
You see, a beast cannot be expected to understand private property. But a man, even a stupid one, knows the difference between MINE... and yours.
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This is a strange film, it's more intriguing than entertaining. The story-line of the participants is the present and flashbacks. It veers from funny to serious, to sad, to scary. You soon know what the fear factor is, and it's not some CGI monster, it's something everyone could relate too. The actors are top rate in keeping you interested, the writer obviously feels strongly about the subplot running through the film as well. It's well worth watching, my only gripe was it should have ended without the added ending.
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