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Puppy has many intriguing twists, but, unfortunately, they lead to plausibility potholes.
A strange, brave and black film, Puppy is a refreshing low budget (privately financed) romantic drama with elements of a thriller
This is one sick twisted puppy of a movie from first-time feature director Kieran Galvin.
This was actually a really, really good movie.
The plot kept throwing things at you that I really didn't expect to happen. It was awesome and kept things really interesting.
The acting was amazing, and the ending was fantastic. I definitely wouldn't have predicted that to happen at all. This plot could have easily been filled with cliches e.g. girl escaping, kidnapper dying, etc., but it wasn't at all. It was completely original and it rocked.
I love this movie.
This was great for a low budget Australian thriller. I can't say I have heard of any of the cast before, but I was really impressed with Nadia Townsend, she made what could have been a really awful character sympathetic and quite honestly I was almost happy for her by the end of the film, which I really shouldn't have been considering all the lies and manipulation she used! The cover on the movie compared it to both Black snake moan and Buffalo 66, and it kind of is, but different, worth a watch in it's own right.
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