Dear dog

Director: Jan van IJken

In Dear dog we see - from the perspective of dogs - how dogs with extreme physical features are overloaded with love and care while suffering from poor health conditions.
We see the world from the dog’s point of view and it becomes clear that there is a big difference between the good intentions of the owner and the actual welfare of the animal. By showing the contrast between love and suffering, questions are posed to the viewer about the appeal of owning a dog bred with extreme physical features.

This film is part of a combined programme with: Children’s pool and I, Pastafari: a flying spaghetti monster story. Although these films may seem different at first glance, you might enjoy whilst watching that they will stimulate the brain, forming thoughts on different - somewhat estranged - societal subjects.

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