Baxter

  • February 18, 2017 / 19:00
  • February 28, 2017 / 19:00

Director: Jérôme Boivin
Cast: Lise Delamare, Catherine Ferran
France, 1989, 82’, color

French with Turkish subtitles

Baxter is a dog with high expectations. He was given to his owner Mrs. Deville as a present by her daughter. Although she is afraid of Baxter, she is more afraid of being alone; she accepts living with him. But Baxter needs to be dominated and challenged, not to live with an old lady! He gets rid of her, makes it look like an accident and starts living with his new owners, a young couple. He is happy and satisfied - until he learns they will soon have a baby… Jérôme Boivin’s cult horror film Baxter, is not the usual ‘dog film’.

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