The Dancing Dogs of Dombrova

Directed by Zack Bernbaum
Omnibus Entertainment
2018
102 Minutes
Canada
English, Polish
Comedy, Jewish, Drama
Not Rated

On a cold winter night, estranged siblings Sarah and Aaron Cotler arrive at an empty train station in Dombrova, Poland. With their only available ride being a silent Driver, they embark on a quest to fulfil their dying grandmother’s wish – find, dig up, and bring home the bones of her favourite childhood dog, Peter.

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  • "...beautiful cinematography, featuring Romania masquerading as Poland, and a pair of excellent lead performances by Katherine Fogler and Douglas Nyback and their great chemistry make it a compelling watch and one of the better Canadian film offerings."
    Keith Noakes, Keith Loves Movies
  • "The Dancing Dogs of Dombrova is a crowd-pleaser filled with wit and genuine emotion. You will love these characters flaws and all."
    Courtney Small, Cinema Axis
  • "Director Zack Bernbaum ( Cold Deck and And Now a Word from Our Sponsor) does a terrific job at giving life to the screenplay. The injections of humour help pace this film out and make it a joy to watch. Even the music has a light-hearted flavour, which gave me a smile."
    Ed Sum, Otaku No Culture
  • "Featuring an engaging cast and a tightly written script, Dancing Dogs is a dark and dramatic comedy that has moments which almost achieve a Coen Brothers level of ridiculousness (in the best of ways). "
    Steve Norton, ScreenFish
  • "[T]he film succeeds at telling a strange tale of family duty and forgiveness."
    Nick Enquist, Jewish News of Arizona

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