Delightful tale of a dog’s life

Isle of Dogs is one of the most beautiful films ever made and a joy to watch

1st April, 2018
Isle of Dogs: one of the most beautiful films ever made

The new Wes Anderson stop-motion animation Isle of Dogs is, true to its title, about an island full of dogs. It lies off the coast of Japan, near the futuristic, fictional city of Megasaki, and it’s a dump. It’s where the citizens throw all their rubbish, piles of waste stacked in tidy cubes deposited by an elaborate cable car system.

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