Isle of Dogs
Off the coast of Japan, a boy searches for his lost dog. Wes Anderson’s stop-motion film is a witty and charming futuristic fairytale equally enjoyable to kids and grown-ups.
'Wes Anderson’s joyous stop-motion feature looks and sounds like nothing we’ve encountered before, including his previous stop-motion feature, Fantastic Mr Fox, which was pretty wonderful too. This one follows its own goofy rules, fills the screen with astonishing images, tells a touching tale of outcast dogs and a faithful boy, and does so with ultra-lively deadpan wit. My only regret after seeing it at a screening was that I couldn’t stay and see it again.' – The Wall Street Journal
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