Friday, May 21, 2010

Best Actor

In the Cannes film festival in France, they have handed out a prize for best cinematic canine. It is an unofficial prize, but, needless to say, I believe it is the most important of all the film prizes. The prize was awarded for the tenth year. Strangely, though, some previous winners have not been real dogs, last year the winner was an animated dog from the film Up. Would anyone consider giving a human film prize for best actor to an animated character before a real life actor? I would not think so. This year, though, a real dog got the prize, a Boxer called Boss who acted in the film Tamara Drewe. I have not seen that film, but I would like to.

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