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About the Movie
WINNER OF THE GRAND JURY PRIZE AT THE VENICE FILM FESTIVAL, the new film from master filmmaker Tsai Ming-liang (Rebels of a Neon God, What Time Is It There) is a haunting vision of a father and his two young children struggling to survive on the streets of Taipei. When a mysterious woman shows up to care for the kids, the father starts to come apart. Exquisitely photographed in dark neon-lit tones, STRAY DOGS is a bold, nightmarish depiction of a society on the brink.
Rotten Tomatoes Movie Reviews
- Reviews Counted: 31
- Fresh: 27
- Rotten: 4
- Average Rating: 8.3/10
Top Critics' Reviews
Fresh: The director's austere minimalism has always been suspended between the mesmerizing and the distancing, and in his latest feature, the concentration on elliptical observation, mood and texture signals an almost complete rejection of narrative.
Fresh: An extreme, compassionate magnification of the minutiae of second-to-second existence (brushing teeth, counting money).
Fresh: In its most evocative moments offers images that will stick in your mind even longer than they stay on the screen.
Fresh: If this is Tsai Ming-Liang's last film, he's leaving the cinema farther along than he found it.