Man Loves Dog

Direction
Year
2011
Country
  • Germany
Runtime
35min
Audio Tracks
Subtitles

MKI and Bela live alone with their dogs. The relationship to their animals is not only emotional, it also includes sexuality. Man Loves Dog presents an intimate insight into the world of two German zoophiles, their understanding of themselves and their idea of love.


"A very open and honest discussion of human-animal sexual contact, and a sensitive treatment of a subject many people find difficult to discuss." Peter Singer, Professor of Bioethics at Princeton University, on Man Loves Dog

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Details

  • Original Title
    Mann liebt Hund
  • Direction
  • Screenplay
    Nikias Chryssos
  • Cinematography
    Frank Brandstetter, Nikias Chryssos
  • Editing
    Frank Brandstetter
  • Music
    Alex Cortex
  • Sound
    Eric Horstmann
  • Runtime
    35 min (31-45 min.)
  • Year
    2011
  • Country
    • Germany
  • Format
    • Colour
  • Distribution
      • Kataskop Film / Nikias Chryssos
      • Schlesische Str. 32
      • 10997 Berlin
      • Germany
      • web: http://www.kavla.de/
      • tel: +49-163-2579837
  • Festivals
    • Münster, Exground Wiesbaden, Rio de Janeiro

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