Dai Lapu Droog
Dai Lapu Droog
Dai Lapu Droog is a beautiful and an outstanding film about a little girl and her true friend- a German shepherd dog. This movie was shot in 1967 in USSR. The producer of the movie is Illya Gurin and the author is Yuri Herman. The duration of the movie is 68 minutes. Dai Lapu Droog literally means “give me a paw friend”. In general, it is “give me your hand friend”.
The movie begins with a flashback and depicts everything in Soviet era quite artistically. A little girl Tanya rescues a German shepherd puppy from a group of young boys and takes him to her home where later the caretaker of the building drops in to take the puppy out of her home. His efforts to push the puppy out failed when a vet (doctor) who arrived with him examined and declared that the breed was none other than German shepherd.
The movie is quite interesting; the dog wins several competitions, catches thieves in the movie. Also, he saves Tanya from getting drowned; he regularly collects the salary of Tanya’s mother from a cashier in a factory where Tanya’s mother works, he often goes to buy products from the grocery store. Tanya trains him and later he also makes an effort to take away alcohol from Tanya’s father who had separated from her mother in the beginning of the movie. You’ll see the dog and his skills throughout the movie. In the end, the dog is badly injured by the thief but he survives and recovers.
There are fewer dialogues in the movie and that is where its beauty lies. The movie is in Russian. It’s quite easy to understand what goes on as the movie is shot very beautifully. Children will certainly like it.
The movie is quite old and therefore the video imperatively is old.
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