REVIEW FOR THE DOG, THE GENERAL AND THE BIRDS - A FRENCH ANIMATION FILM
Feature film /2003/ 75' Directed by: Francis Nielson Script: Tonino Guerra
A long time ago, a Russian general sacrificed the birds to burn Moscow and save his country that had been invaded by Napoleon. He became a national hero. The general, now retired, lives in St. Petersburg, where he is attacked every day by the birds there.
By chance, he crosses paths with an extraordinary dog, and the two of them proceed to wage a delicate battle. One day, all of the city's dogs leave their owners in order to obtain the liberation of all caged brids. The general intervenes in what will be his most noble struggle.
This animated film is being screened at 1130 hrs at Parsads IMAX on the 24th February. For further details, please contact 2770-0734, 2770-0736