Famed for his controversial documentaries Models and Animal Love, Ulrich Seidl makes his first fiction film with this impassioned attack on the banality and emptiness of modern suburban life. Using a documentary shooting style and mostly non-actors, Seidl weaves together a series of vignette story lines into a tapestry of loneliness and quiet desperation. A retired old man obsesses over meaningless information in life — the weight of his groceries, and noise level of the neighborhood. A faded beauty queens devotion to her boyfriend ends after an ugly night at the discotheque. A couple who has long since divorced though still lives under the same roof engages in a psychological war of attrition, trying to force the other into moving out the house. A young teachers date with her boyfriend turns unexpectedly into a drunken orgy. This film won the prestigious Golden Lion at the 2001 Venice Film Festival.~ Jonathan Crow, All Movie Guide

Reparto: Maria Hofstätter,Alfred Mrva,Erich Finsches
Director: Ulrich Seidl
Género: Drama
Nombre Original: Dog Days (Hundstage)
Año: 2000
Estreno: 2000-01-01
Duración: 121
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