Heart of a Dog
Dir. Laurie Anderson. 2015, 75 mins. DCP. A meditation on life, loss, memory, and time, Laurie Anderson’s deeply personal, free-flowing essay film was inspired, among other things, by the death of her beloved dog Lolabelle and of her husband Lou Reed. Commissioned as a short film, Heart of a Dog grew organically into a one-of-a-kind film and a perfect expression of Anderson’s wry, poetic sensibility.
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