Dog's Dialogue

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Dog's Dialogue
Directed by Raúl Ruiz
Produced by Hubert Niogret
Written by Raúl Ruiz
Nicole Muchnik
Starring Eva Simonet
Cinematography Denis Lenoir
Edited by Valeria Sarmiento
Release dates
  • 1977 (1977)
Running time 22 minutes
Country France
Language French

Dog's Dialogue (French: Colloque de chiens) is a 1977 French short crime film directed by Raúl Ruiz.[1] The story, told entirely in still images, revolves around a young girl who is told her mother is not her real mother. The girl leaves her small town, grows into a beautiful woman, and starts searching for love and fulfillment in undesirable places. The story is narrated off screen, and the stills are intercut with video footage of a city landscape and dogs barking.

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  1. ^ "Le Cinéma de Raoul Ruiz: Colloque de chiens". lecinemaderaoulruiz.com. Retrieved 2009-10-26. 

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