Isle of Dogs, Wes Anderson’s newest film, is a stop-motion animation about, you guessed it, an isle of dogs.
Ireland had it’s first dog-friendly screening at a cinema in Dublin. The cinema sold pup-friendly seats equipped with water and a blanket for our furry friends and screened Isle of Dogs.
Set in a future dystopian Japan, a young boy goes on a rescue mission to find his dog, Spots. Along the way, he’s befriended by a rag-tag group of dogs living on Trash Island.
The dogs are voiced by the likes of Liev Schreiber, Bryan Cranston, Edward Norton, Bill Murray, Jeff Goldblum, and Scarlett Johansson.
The dog-friendly tickets sold out in just six minutes. But if you missed that insanely tiny window, there will be another screening on Monday.
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