History of Pets is a requiem for all the childhood pets, who found their end in the most curious of circumstances. One by one they get revisited as the main character takes a trip down memory lane.
An old woman in her home. She knits, shoos away flies, and now and then has a friend to tea. At certain regular times, a train comes thundering through her flat. A little unusual perhaps, but apparently acceptable. But suddenly this peaceful existence is disrupted by society’s need for more railways.
This is the third in the DOG series. In this episode our plucky hero joins the fire company to save the world from house fires and gain the affection he so richly deserves. Typically, the results never turn out the way he planned.
A baby would be more than welcome for this couple. But no matter how hard they try, the man’s semen stays dormant. To his great sorrow. When his frustrated wife starts gorging herself, her husband cherishes her expanding belly.
A soccer hooligan loves his club unconditionally. But when you’re gay, you’ll probably better off keeping quiet in world that’s dear to you.
SELECTED FOR CLERMONT-FERRAND 2014
A young adult man has overstayed his welcome in his parental house. He is old enough to stand on his own two feet and is send into the world by his father. But somehow it is impossible for him to leave. In this light, absurd and comical little drama it might just be the mother we just does not let go….