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Bombon: El Perro

Rating:No Rating
Genre:Drama
Release Date:January 1, 2004
Running time:97 minutes
Cast:Juan Villegas, Walter Donado, Rosa Valsecchi, Gregorio the dog, Mariela Díaz
Director:Carlos Sorín
Producer:Oscar Kramer, José María Morales
Writer:Santiago Calori, Salvador Roselli, Carlos Sorin
Distributor:20th Century Fox de Argentina

Description: A lonely man's life is changed when a big white dog enters his world. Juan Villegas loses his job at a petrol station and ends up taking on odd jobs. One customer pays him not with cash but with Bombon: a large, white, ferocious-looking dog that is meek and accommodating. Villegas learns that the animal has the pedigree to win international shows, as well as becomes a breeding attraction, but Bombon would rather share his bitches' berth than satisfy their lust.

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