My Dog Tulip

  • February 12, 2017 / 16:00
  • February 23, 2017 / 19:00

Director: Paul Fierlinger, Sandra Fierlinger
Voice Cast: Christopher Plummer, Lynn Redgrave, Isabella Rossellini, Peter Gerety, Brian Murray
USA, 2009, 83’, color

English with Turkish subtitles

Based on BBC editor and author J.R. Ackerley’s memoirs with the same title, this animated feature film depicts the fifteen-year-old friendship of him and his dog Tulip in the most realistic way. Just like the book itself, My Dog Tulip introduces Tulip with all its “dogness”, giving the most anatomical and sexual details. Accompanied by Christopher Plummer’s voice with a strong, cheeky British humor, the film was created with a hand-made digital animation technique.

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