White God

White God

  • Kornél Mundruczó
  • 2014
  • 2h 1m
  • Hungary, Germany, Sweden

The most unexpected fantasy allegory of recent European cinema. Mundruczó ("Pieces of a Woman", "Jupiter's Moon") portrays a story of collectivism and rebellion from the perspective of a dog and its owner, a young girl. Best Film Award in the Un Certain Regard section of the Cannes Film Festival.

Synopsis

13-year-old Lily tries to save her dog, Hagen. She gets into a fight with her father about Hagen’s "disappearance" and sets out to find and rescue him. Hagen, for his part, is also trying to get back to his owner. Struggling to survive in a world full of mischief, Hagen soon realizes that there are only a few people that love dogs. Indeed, when he gets caught by an animal control officer his future does not look so auspicious so he and the other stray dogs will revolt against humanity.

White God
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Also known as
Fehér Isten | Λευκός Θεός
Festival screenings
Subtitles
Age rating
18+

Un Certain Regard Award

Cannes Film Festival

2014

Palm Dog

Cannes Film Festival

2014

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thomasba

06 Dec 2023

8 / 10

Η περιπέτεια ενός ημιαιμου σκύλου (διασταύρωση Σπάρτακου του Στάνλεϊ Κιούμπρικ και Χατσικο) δοσμένη σαν θρίλλερ. Μόνο καλά λόγια και για την ιδέα και την υλοποίηση της. Κάμερα στο ύψος του σκύλου, σκη...
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22 Jul 2023

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