Love sends a country-born city boy on a surreal search through the streets of modern-day Bangkok in Tears of the Black Tiger director Wisit Sasanatieng's adaptation of wife Koynuch's novel. Despite his grandmother's repeated warnings that he will grow a tail if he moves to the city, country bumpkin Pod sets his sights on Bangkok and soon lands an assembly-line job. When a factory mishap results in the loss of a finger and Pod opts instead for a job as a security guard, the city-stricken young man soon makes the acquaintance of obsessive/compulsive maid Jin. When Jin is unreceptive to the lovelorn city newcomer's awkward advances, Pod sets out on an enchanting journey through the neon-soaked jungle of Bangkok in hopes of winning the heart of the oblivious object of his affection. Edit Translation
- Bahasa Indonesia
Guys, somebody please tell me that kid was not really smoking, how absurd! Poor teddy bear, I felt sorry for him, I understand ...
"Citizen Dog" is a crazy and funny movie in a world of colorless and derivative copies that is simultaneously funny, weird, charming and shocking at times. Highlight for originality, however, the story is told by a third-person narrator and some idiosyncratic character. The film also tries to address, or touch on many issues, some social, some governmental and some personal until ...
"Citizen Dog" is a little above average, well-meaning, low-budget movie not well used (after all they collected the whole garbage from the city).