If you can get past the fact that the hero is a pile of dog feces, this isn't that bad.
This offbeat animated short from Korean director Oh-Sung Kwon tells the story of a talking piece of canine excrement. Doggy Poo becomes forlorn when no one wants to be his friend on account of him bei... read more
DVD Release Date: March 23, 2004
Stats: 170 reviews
Flixster Reviews (170)
June 5, 2009
April 16, 2009
Even Doggy Poos have a purpose.
It's a little hard to watch, as it's just so simple and moves slow enough for small children to follow. But it's pretty good as a curio.
July 16, 2007
You must see, if only to be traumatized by the Korean movie. Think "the little match girl" as seen on an acid trip.
June 23, 2007
Worth watching for the novelty alone. An animated piece of poo, voiced by a child, talks to a mound of soil and "gives himself" to a dandelion.
August 15, 2006
this claymation short focuses on a piece of dog shit who attains consciousness and ponders what its role in this universe is. it's quite childish actually but with a philosophical bent. might be good to watch if you're depressed or have some tendency towards scat/scheisse.
July 22, 2006
A little strange, I'll admit... I had to laugh at a few points... But for the most part, it was surprisingly endearing and very sweet... Good visuals and beautiful music. For the most part, I'd say this movie is worth the 50 minutes it takes to watch. But for your own sake, ...
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