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My Dog Stupid
Stream new release My Dog Stupid and support Enzian!
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For every purchase of My Dog Stupid from Friday, September 4th through Thursday, September 17th, nearly 50% goes directly back to Enzian in an effort to support us. We appreciate your support!
Henri is a middle-aged writer with fading inspiration who has published nothing worthy of note in years. Feeling increasingly misunderstood by his wife and four grown up deadbeat kids, he dreams of running away to start over again. Yet when he discovers an unattractive, bad-mannered dog in his garden, he decides to adopt him, and both start developing an unexpected friendship that inevitably upsets Henri’s family and neighbors. A bittersweet and moving comedy about love standing the test of time, starring iconic real-life couple Charlotte Gainsbourg & Yvan Attal.
France | Belgium, 2019, 106 minutes, Not Rated, In French with English Subtitles, Directed by Yvan Attal
"The result is a well-written and -played remarriage dramedy that explores the Attal-Gainsbourg duo as they hit middle age. CLEVER and CANDID."—Jordan Mintzer, HOLLYWOOD REPORTER
“Both Yvan Attal and Charlotte Gainsbourg are superb.”– Jordi Battle Caminal, FOTOGRAMAS
“Visually compelling from the get-go and full of compelling writing and performances.”– Edwin Arnaudin, ASHEVILLE MOVIES
“There's something intimate about the film... as if Attal and Gainsbourg were taking aspects of their own relationship and using them to fuel and give dimension to the characters they're playing.”– Mick LaSalle, SAN FRANCISCO CHRONICLE
“Refreshingly candid…Yvan Attal and wife Charlotte Gainsbourg explore the less glamorous side of married life in this French adaptation of a late-career John Fante novella.”– Peter Debruge, VARIETY