The Dog is a lighthearted short drama. Written and Directed by David Millett and based on a story by Lajos Egri.
It is the story of a dog’s unconditional love and how it can cure even human problems. Eric is tired of his life and his marriage with Sheila is on the rocks. Then a dog filled with unconditional love adopts him and everything changes.
This DVD also contains the short romantic comedy Table Talk.
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Top customer reviews
The entire movie: A car drops a dog off in a neighborhood and drives away. A man sees the dog, talks to it for a minute and it follows him home. He tells the dog to leave because his wife hates dogs. The dog stays. The next morning the dog is still there. When he gets home after work he brings the dog in because it looks hungry. His wife becomes angry and he makes her put the dog out. She does, they argue. The next day when he comes home the dog is gone and he says he is going to leave her. He enters the house to find her playing with the dog. End of movie
If you live in the San Francisco Bay area, you'll undoubtedly recognize the lead actor as the guy who plays "Clip the Clipper Card" in those public transit commercials. Turns out he's a wonderful actor even without the big, blue foam suit ;-)