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Cinema

Weird, wise, thought-provoking and hypnotic: Heart of a Dog reviewed

Laurie Anderson's dreamy cine-poem to her rat terrier follows no linear logic – it goes where it goes, drifts where it drifts, sniffs where it sniffs

21 May 2016

9:00 AM

21 May 2016

9:00 AM

Heart of a Dog

PG, Key Cities

Heart of a Dog is a film by Laurie Anderson and it’s a meditative, free-associating rumination on life, loss, love and dogs, with particular reference to her and her late husband’s (Lou Reed, who died in 2013) beloved rat terrier, Lolabelle (who died the same year).

It follows no linear logic.

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