A Little Vicious (1991)

  |  Documentary, Short


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Bandit, a Connecticut house dog with ties to the Pit Bull family, is condemned to death for biting an agressive neighbor and then his own remorseful master. But when the late great ... See full summary »

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20 August 2003 | annelise_breuning
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| This film ROXS
I love this film. "A Little Vicious" is an example of what I love about documentary. It is funny, smart and beautifully shot. The characters tell the story. This gives the viewer the feeling that we are there witnessing the whole thing. It is a must see film.

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Genres

Documentary | Short

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Release Date:

22 May 1991

Language

English


Country of Origin

USA

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