Review: White God, 2015, dir. Kornél Mundruczó

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“Kornél Mundruczó’s White God begins with a surrealist canine nightmare that unfolds against the backdrop of abandoned urbanity: a young girl pedals through empty streets of Budapest on her bike, her trumpet poking out of the backpack slung over her shoulder. Suddenly, a horde of dogs, led by one especially determined mutt, comes barreling around a corner, intent on running her down. As any person who values their life might do, the girl pedals faster.” (Via Cinematic Essential.)

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