True, devoted owner-dog love is an inspirational stuff to be sure, but people who invest in psychic readings, hobby hour, and those strange, tiny dog clothes are….just creepy. Additionally, about 97% of this special strain of canine owner lives in Los Angeles, which makes the L.A. debut of A.J. Poulin’s “A.J.’s Dogumentary” that much more societally relevant.
“A.J.’s Dogumentary” looks at one man’s commitment to the lady love of his young life, Zoie the Labrador, and the secret nefarious world of Dog Parks…breeding grounds for puppy love and weird personalities alike.
The film has already screened (and reaped awards) at the Marco Island Film Festival, the Melbourne Film Festival, and the Saguaro Film Festival, but the Silver Lake Film Festival brings “A.J.’s Dogumentary” to L.A. for the first time on [ Sunday, September 17th, at 4PM. ] And you can bring your dog, too. For more on the film and the showing, grab your poop scoop and go to [ the “Dogumentary” website. ]
Posted on September 6, 2000 in News by Stephanie Donnelly
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