Revenge is one of the most prominent themes in populist cinema and for good reason. At the heart of the physical or psychological violence depicted, these stories are essentially about justice, a desire we can all relate to. In Kornél Mundruczó’s ambitious new film "White God", this justice comes at the hands – or more aptly, the paws – of a legion of mistreated dogs. Steeped in satire, it blends realism and fantasy to fascinating effect.
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