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About Dogs And People  //  O psoch a ľuďoch (Orig.)

DIR: Mišo Suchý
1993 / Slovakia, United States / 43 min

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When I first arrived in America, (from my native Slovakia), I neither spoke nor understood a word of English and I soon found myself in the position of a mute creature. Perhaps it was this experience of muteness that inspired me to make a film about America from the perspective of a creature that neither speaks nor understands this country’s language or ways. Dogs can’t speak, but they can tell a lot about the society in which they live. About Dogs and People is an account of my journey across America to explore its’ canine culture. The film is made in the form of an essay: it uses authentic footage, but presents the material in a subjective way. Derived from my experience with non-verbal communication, the film “speaks” through imagery, using the vocabulary of archetypal gesture, tone, melody and rhythm.

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Director Mišo Suchý
Screenplay Mišo Suchý
Dir. of Photography
Editing
Music
Sound
Duration 43 min
Year 1993
Country Slovakia, United States
Colour
Tags America, emigration, essay, observational
Production Mišo Suchý & Lida Suchý
Mišo Suchý & Lida Suchý
Address:  335 Buckingham Ave
City:  New York Syracuse N.Y.
Country:  United States
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Phone:  0013154726482

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