Mitt Liv som Hund (My Life as a Dog) (1985)
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In 1959 Sweden, young Ingemar (Anton Glanzelius) lives with his dying mother and his nasty older brother. He survives all of life's knocks by comparing himself to those who are worse off--such as Laika, the little Russian space dog who was rocketed to his death and had nothing to say in the matter. Ingemar begins to identify with Laika more and more as his mother's health deteriorates, at times dropping to all fours and baying at the moon. When his mother is advised to get some peace and quiet
Dec 12, 1985 Wide
Feb 23, 1999
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A series of emotionally wrenching moments that made My Life as a Dog a transatlantic hit when it arrived in 1985.
One of the great films about childhood perception, My Life as a Dog and all its atmospheric beauty comes to Blu-ray thanks to the Criterion Collection.
The frequent collision of comedy and drama is breathtakingly real, and Anton Glanzelius is terrific as Ingemar, a smart 12 year old with a philosophical bent
One of the greatest and most sensitive films about children and the turbulence of childhood...
Audience Reviews for Mitt Liv som Hund (My Life as a Dog)
- Ingemar Johansson: It's strange how I can't stop thinking about Laika. People shouldn't think so much. 'Time heals all wounds,' Mrs. Arvidsson says. Mrs. Arvidsson says some wise things. You have to try to forget.
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