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Space Dogs

Directed by: Elsa Kremser & Levin Peter | 2020 | 1h 31m | Unrated

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WARNING: SPACE DOGS IS NOT RATED, AND CONTAINS SOME GRAPHIC CONTENT THAT MAY NOT BE SUITABLE FOR YOUNGER AUDIENCES. PARENTAL GUIDANCE IS SUGGESTED.

Laika, a stray dog, was the first living being to be sent into space and thus to certain death. According to a legend, she returned to Earth as a ghost and has roamed the streets of Moscow ever since. Following her trace, and filmed from a dog’s perspective, SPACE DOGS accompanies the adventures of her descendants: two street dogs living in today’s Moscow. Their story is one of intimate fellowship but also relentless brutality, and is interwoven with unseen archive material from the Soviet cosmic era. A magical tale of voyagers scouting for unknown spaces.

“Brutal but also deeply sensitive; a complex work that got under my skin.”
— FILM COMMENT

“No one leaves this movie unchanged.”
— PUBLICO