I recently came across this documentary and wanted to check it out. It looks extremely complelling and I am wanting to see this. There is no doubt that is film will tug at your heartstrings.
One Nation Under Dog
Three unique perspectives from a trio of award-winning directors power this anthology of stories. Jenny Carchman evokes an unlikely empathy for both dog owners and bite victims, while Amanda Micheli shares the heart-wrenching loss of mourners in a pet bereavement group. Ellen Goosenberg Kent’s loving portrait of an accidental rescuer is a quiet, moving study of a selfless life, and her footage inside a puppy mill leaves an indelible mark on one’s idea of breeders. Alternating between shocking and inspirational, the film presents a view inside a quiet crisis unfolding under our noses.
Have you seen this? If so, I would love to hear about it.