White God

White God

White God

Bizarre Hungarian thriller (winner of The Palm Dog award at Cannes, and the more prestigious Prize Un Certain Regard), in which Budapest falls victim to a canine apocalypse when our four-legged friends seek revenge for mistreatment. More

When a girl is sent to stay with her grumpy dad for a few months, he chucks her dog - trained to be a fighter - out on the street. Caught and put in the pound, the animal developes a hardened aggresion which inspires dogs city-wide to rebel.

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2014Rating: R16, Violence,offensive language and content that may disturb119 minsHungary, Germany, SwedenHungarian with English subtitles
DramaWorld Cinema

White God | Awards

Award Winner
Un Certain Regard Prize, Cannes Film Festival 2014

White God | Reviews

88%112 reviews

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Variety

Variety

An emotionally rousing, technically masterful man-vs.-dog adventure.

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The Guardian

The Guardian

Works as an ambiguous satire of power relations generally: eventually the lower orders will rise up. The film has a flair and a bite... a distant cousin to Planet of the Apes.

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Hollywood Reporter

Hollywood Reporter

Under its furry skin, an angry allegory for political and cultural tensions in contemporary Europe.

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