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Isle of Dogs (also known as Isle of Dogs) is a 2015 British satirical comedy film written and directed by Wes Anderson, produced by Owen Wilson and Jason Schwartzman, and starring Tilda Swinton, Tom Hardy, Bryan Cranston, Bill Murray, Harvey Keitel, Scarlett Johansson, Frances McDormand, and F. Murray Abraham. The film tells the story of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Gordon-Levitt, who are the owners of a derelict neighbourhood in London called the Isle of Dogs, which is populated by a group of street dogs. As the residents' livelihoods disappear due to gentrification, they are evicted from their homes, with the city's efforts to round them up leading them into confrontation with the Gordon-Levitts.

Filming took place in London, England between April and June 2014. The film premiered in the UK on 16 September 2015, and was theatrically released in the United States on 21 August 2016 by A24. It was named as one of the ten best films of the year in a BBC News website article that listed the top 50 films of 2015, and received mixed reviews from critics. The film was promoted by Anderson using stunts involving real-life dogs from its shoot, and garnered $6.4 million at the box office, making it Anderson's highest-grossing film.

Plot

Joe and Sophie live in London's Isle of Dogs. After years of working for an advertising company, Joe has recently become a film producer. Their son Will is the only child they have left after their divorce, as Joe is an only child and Sophie only has Will, a son from a previous marriage. Will has been diagnosed with Asperger's syndrome, a social communication disorder, and as a result cannot form any friendships. He often wanders the streets with his cat, Mabel. Joe is struggling to deal with the divorce, while Sophie is focused on looking after Will. Joe is working on a film about dogs, which includes a scene with the famous Hollywood actor Harvey Keitel. The couple is living on the edge of gentrification, and have already been evicted from their homes. As the city's efforts to round them up lead them into confrontation with the Gordon-Levitts, they are forced to flee with their only possessions in a suitcase. Joe and Sophie take shelter in a small flat where they intend to spend the night.

In the morning, Joe tells Sophie that the production house they are staying at, The Isle of Dogs, is for rent. She convinces him to let her book it. They are unaware of the fact that their old tenants, Mr. and Mrs. Jules, are being kicked out because of their dog. The Gordon-Levitts enter the building and offer them a place to stay. After moving in, they see a TV news report that Mr. Jules, a retired police officer, has been arrested on suspicion of murder. Joe and Sophie are shocked by the news, and feel that the police are out to get them. After a series of burglaries at their former apartment, Joe, who is a film producer, suspects that the burglars are also trying to frame him. Joe is worried about the effects of his film on the Jules' dog. He wants to leave the dog, but Sophie feels responsible for the dog and the Jules, so she convinces him to let it stay. Joe decides to leave for Paris that evening, leaving Sophie in charge of the dog and Will. When Joe returns from Paris, he learns that a film crew is coming to shoot an advertisement for Mr. Jules' business. He is enraged that he is being targeted, and decides to film the ad in secret. In the end, the film crew learns about the ad and decide to film a mock version instead.

A couple of days later, Joe and Sophie are about to return to Paris when they see the dog being beaten up by a man in a van. They stop the man and his partner. They are told by the police that they have found their dog's owners. The Jules are arrested, and Joe and Sophie see the TV report that Mr. Jules has been released. At the police station, the couple are informed that their eviction is to be confirmed in court the next day. The Gordon-Levitts invite the couple to stay with them at their home, which is a loft-style studio apartment. When the court hearing on their eviction arrives, Joe, who is filming the event, is informed that his footage is of no use to him. Joe has a flashback to an earlier time when he was in Paris filming a commercial. He also learns that his divorce is to be finalized. He returns to the courtroom to inform Sophie that he is leaving her. Sophie learns that Will is going to stay with the Gordon-Levitts. Joe and Sophie kiss goodbye to each other. Joe leaves with his suitcase, while Sophie packs Will's bag and leaves with Will and Mabel.

Joe decides to leave the city and take a vacation on an island that he had visited with his parents as a child. Before he leaves, he and Mabel visit a pet shop where Mabel purchases a golden retriever puppy named Duke. Joe and Mabel return to the Isle of Dogs to start a new life together, with Duke the puppy.

Cast

Tilda Swinton as Sophie Gordon-Levitt, a film producer and single mother

Tom Hardy as Joe Gordon-Levitt, a film producer and Sophie's ex-husband

Bryan Cranston as Jules, Mr. Jules, the former landlord of the Gordon-Levitts and Joe and Sophie's son

Bill Murray as Harvey Keitel, an actor who plays the owner of Duke, the dog Sophie and Joe adopt

Harvey Keitel as himself, an actor in the same scene as Harvey Keitel in Joe's film

Frances McDormand as Helen, Joe's ex-wife

Scarlett Johansson as Louise, Joe's ex-girlfriend

John Goodman as Frank, Joe's agent

F. Murray Abraham as Mr. Moses, the former landlord of the Jules and Mr. Jules, who is


Watch the video: The making of Isle of Dogs (July 2022).


Comments:

  1. Federico

    Not caught, not high! Why is it called prayer when you talk to God, and schizophrenia when God is with you? When you decide to shake off the old days, make sure that it does not fall off !!! Anything good in life is either illegal, immoral, or obese

  2. Hewett

    Seriously!

  3. Fegrel

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  4. Hotah

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  5. Voodoobar

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