This film, running just under an hour, is a delightful and delectable viewing experience. It is captivating, engaging, and amusing. For dog and puppy lovers, or just animal lovers in general, this one is bound to entertain.
The viewer might just be amazed at how many things puppies can do or get into in an hour’s time. Director Neil Ben and Director of Photography John K. Webster, along with the aid of Jonathan Vincent’s music, have given viewers a glimpse into the innocent and, at times, mischievous, lives of puppies.
The various scenes run the gamut from puppies playing, running back and forth, hiding under a wooden table, digging in the earth, playfully wrestling one another, to cleaning one another’s faces with several puppy licks.
There are black and white dogs, spotted, one-color pups, fluffy dogs, and these pups roll on the ground, scratch themselves, chew on plants and shoes and play with stuffed toys. These puppies are frisky, jolly, fun-loving, and almost always lively, except when they work in their naptime. In one amusing scene one puppy sticks his cute face close to the camera to examine things a bit closer.
They eat grass, run through a colorful tube, and in one scene several of them eat from the same dish. The music ranges from energetic, to zany to mischievous, and is appropriate for the various shenanigans the puppies get into. They even jump up and down in excitement.
This is some serious fun and is a totally enjoyable viewing experience and the film has wholesomely and easily earned our Dove seal for All Ages.
The Dove Take
Watching this film will put you in a good mood or keep you in one — these puppies are a delight to watch!