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Sunday, April 7, 2019

Matteo Garrone's 'Dogman' Opening in Theaters Across America

Edoardo Pesce (left) and Marcello Fonte in a scene from Dogman

Marcello (Marcello Fonte) is an animal lover who runs a neighborhood dog grooming business. He adores his pre-teen daughter and takes her on scuba diving expeditions. The two dream of going to exotic places like the Red Sea, Hawaii and the Maldives. Marcello also has a frailty about him and sometimes seems to feel inferior. He doesn't speak up on his own behalf and people take advantage of him, especially the local bully, Simone (Edoardo Pesce). Marcello goes along with Simone's antics and even saves his life after he was hit during a drive by shooting. However, things start spiraling out of control and Simone makes a demand that Marcello strongly opposes. After Simone roughs him up and makes it clear that he won't take no for an answer, Marcello caves and ends up taking the fall for Simone. When he finishes doing time for the crime he didn't commit, he finds himself a changed man. Prison opened his eyes and he no longer tolerates being bullied. Simone, more evil than ever, doesn't acknowledge what Marcello did for him and blows him off. That was Marcello's last straw and he vows to get revenge. What follows are some of the most suspenseful, tense moments in the history of filmmaking. Matteo Garrone's direction of his talented cast is second to none. The combination of Garrone, Fonte and Pesce results in a perfect cinematic storm. If Dogman is playing near you, do not miss it.

Check out the trailer..



Dates
April 12th
New York: Film Forum and Film Society of Lincoln Center 
West Los Angeles, CA: Landmark’s NuArt Theatre

April 19th
Santa Barbara, CA: Riviera
Glendale, CA: Laemmle Glendale
North Hollywood, CA: Laemmle NoHo 7
Pasadena, CA: Laemmle Playhouse 7

April 26th
Albuquerque, NM: Guild Cinema
Hollywood, CA:  Arena Cinelounge
Chicago IL: Gene Siskel Film Center
Berkeley, CA: Landmark’s Shattuck Cinemas 10
San Francisco, CA: Landmark’s Opera Plaza Cinemas
Scottsdale, AZ: Shea 14 Theatre

April 30th
Bloomington, IN: Indiana University Cinema

May 3rd
Portland, OR: Living Room 6
Seattle, WA: Grand Illusion Cinema
Cambridge, MA: Landmark’s Kendall Square Cinema
Philadelphia, PA: Landmark’s Ritz at the Bourse
Washington, DC: Landmark’s E Street Cinema

May 10th
Miami, FL: Miami Dade College Tower Theater
Charlottesville, VA: Violet Crown Charlottesville
Columbus, OH: Gateway Film Center

May 17th
Rochester, NY: Dryden Theatere
Houston, TX: The Museum of Fine Arts
Buffalo, NY: North Park Theatre
Tallahassee, FL: Tallahassee Film Society / All Saints Cinema

May 31st
Baltimore, MD: The Parkway Theatre

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