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The film looks at two California cemeteries, one failed, one flourishing. First-time viewers often have the experience of laughing through the first half of the picture--this is an outrageous group of people who wouldn't be out of place in a Christopher Guest comedy--and then growing emotionally involved. Morris's flat, dead-on style makes the movie a mirror, so that cynics will see a fool's parade of weirdoes, while pet lovers will warmly identify with so much tenderness toward animals. (And Roger Ebert, the film's biggest champion, will see one of the 10 best movies ever made.) It's a strange experience, but likely one you'll never forget. --Robert Horton
Rather, it is about human beings, the passions we have, and how we achieve them in this life.
While on the surface, this might seem to be a film about people and their pets, it's really a study in human nature and psychology.
One has to watch this movie with an open heart, or they will never understand the feelings of the people in this documentary.
For those who enjoy watching people who seem surreal. This a history of a pet cemetary and it's founders. They are like Darrell, Darrell and my other brother Darrell. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Amazon Customer
Great movie if you love dogs. I would like to see a follow up movie to this movie to see what the people in it are doing today. Read morePublished 2 months ago by MikeTHXearth
I was not impressed. I have no idea why this film has such a following. I thought it was painfully boring and simple.Published 3 months ago by T
It's a good movie for pet lovers. It validates the real need to grieve when we lose our pets. I also wished I had bought some cheap vacant land that I could have used for my own... Read morePublished 3 months ago by Sarah S.
Just watched this as a video-on-demand rental. I found out about this movie from watching the Roger Ebert documentary "Life Itself," in which Ebert was said to have VERY... Read morePublished 5 months ago by A. Nonnie Mauss
I watched to the end wondering why others liked it. It was pure torture to do so. I would definitely not recommend it.Published 5 months ago by D. Patton
I rented this video to stream because (1) I love animals and (2) the reviews were good. My partner and I couldn't get through the first half hour. Read morePublished 7 months ago by Lady Ann