Where the Dogs Divide Her begins amid the aftermath of a family massacre. A nameless man sits in an unfamiliar bathroom, his bloodied hands trembling as he ponders his crime of passion. An amnesiac without an identity, he goes in search of himself, only to unearth a long-buried family secret surrounding the bizarre deaths of his parents. An abstract ghost story populated by ever-threatening specters, shadowy souls with evil motives who inhabit a nightmare world within a troubled killer’s psyche. They might offer a smile or a kind word, but their only purpose is to snare others into their Hell. Before the killer can come to terms with his deeds and escape this esoteric prison, he must confront his dead parents and make good on an infant’s promise made thirty years ago.
“Where The Dogs Divide Her” is a pitch-black horror mystery that is dying to fuck with your head.”
“it’s a thought-provoking piece that successfully marks the Rutley brothers out as talents to watch out for in future.”
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“he has a very visual style and his interests are certainly brought to the screen with a passion”
- Dark and Beautifully Shot
- Large Social Network
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- UPC: 013964223545
- CATALOGUE: RSQ-45
- RUN TIME: 108 MIN
- GENRE: HORROR
- PRODUCTION DATE: 2010
- RELEASE DATE: May 2011
- SHOT: HD
- Available: Worldwide All Media
- Director’s Commentary
- Closed Captioned
- Coming Attractions
This film contains three songs produced by Tony Visconti and performed by Kristeen Young.
Tony Visconti has worked with an array of performers; his lengthiest involvement with any artist is with David Bowie: beginning with Bowie’s 1969 album Space Oddity to 2003′s Reality, Visconti has produced and occasionally performed on many of Bowie’s albums. Other artists that Visconti has worked with include T-Rex, Morrissey, Thin Lizzy, Elaine Paige, Rick Wakeman, The Boomtown Rats (Bob Geldof), The Manic Street Preachers and Kristeen Young.
In this Film:
‘Life’s Not Short‘ is a song written and performed by Kristeen Young and features on her 2006 album ‘The Orphans’ the album was produced by the legendary Tony Visconti who also produced Miss Young’s sixth album which features the songs ‘Lily Sincere’ and ‘Everybody wants me to cry’ – both written and performed by Miss Young and Produced by Visconti.