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Critic Reviews for Mine
If you've ever lost a pet, or grown misty at the sight of a lost-pet poster, this movie will raise your hopes.
Smart, sincere and affecting.
A deeper, more vexing subject is prodded in addition to the sobbing reflex.
Underreported and over-emotional, Geralyn Pezanoski's 81-minute doc exposé about dogs displaced during Hurricane Katrina moves slower than a basset hound to get to these and other thorny questions.
The documentary has a lot to say about human compassion, government bureaucracy and the problems inherent after disasters on a large scale.
Audience Reviews for Mine
Charming documentary about mostly white "animal rescuers" who apparently waited their whole lives to play the evil dog-napping rich fucko from Lassie in a real life movie. Mine gloriously details their triumphs over much poorer (and generally much browner) people who've lost everything else already, and now they get to lose their pets, too. Bwahaahahahaha, because we care so much and we're richer than you, that's why. May cause strokes or stroke-like symptoms, unless you're exactly that kind of creep.
Wow... if you need a cathartic cry, as well as food for thought, then this is the movie for you. It showcases both the good and bad in America- as well as the American people. You can't help but wonder "what would I do" ... and as you watch the stories unfold, you quickly come to realize that the answer isn't as easy as you might think. Two thumbs up~!
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