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» Company
Central Park Media
» Running Time
60 mins
» Genre
Drama, Children
» Type
» Final Score
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Doggy Poo

» written by Wai Yung (Wayne) Chim [Discuss]

Everyone has a purpose… Once upon a time, a little doggy poo lived on the side of road. He felt all alone in the world. He believed that nobody needed him for anything, and that he had no purpose in life. If only Doggy Poo had a reason for being, then he wouldn’t give up on his dream to be useful to the world. One day, Doggy Poo meets a lovely dandelion sprout. Will she explain his purpose in life? Will she help him make his dream come true?

Wow. This one word can sum up Doggy Poo, which is a very good thing. Doggy Poo is aimed towards children, but the values in it certainly are not solely for kids. What do you think of when you hear Doggy Poo? A nasty piece of doo doo on the ground from a dog of course. This show is impressive, I love the way how the message they are sending is that everyone exists for a reason, even though if there are people who say otherwise. I know it is hard to fall in love with poo, but this poo is so cute!

In order to create Doggy Poo, a lot of hours of constructing the atmosphere were used. Using clay, plastic, and etc. to build models of what is to be the show. Although the show is not drawn, it moves fluid with the positioning of the clay in every synch. The lip movements are also matching to the words, so no dialogue would be spoken when the model’s lips are closed; this goes for both English and Korean dialogues. The new technology is amazing and, damn does Doggy Poo look beautiful. This is not some Teletubbies atmosphere we are talking about. The atmosphere of this show is astonishing to what a viewer would normally expect out of a clay modeled show.

Children are sure to love Doggy Poo, because it is cute. Parents should allow their children to watch this show, solely because of the ultimate message it delivers, some adults can use that message too. I am sure there are people who question their existence at times of their life, and Doggy Poo provides a positive look of the meaning of life; claiming that anything or anyone is meant for something no matter what. At the end when Poo becomes a flower, it shows that, even what is said to be ugly and dirty, can be beautiful in the end once they have achieve their seemingly uncertain goal as long as they do not give up on themselves. That, my friends, is a great positive message that creators should strive to acknowledge in their works. Not all anime has to be about killing, fighting or getting with a harem of hot girls. As long as something positive is delivered to the viewers through this medium we call anime, it will all be good. Of course, not only for anime fanatics, but also for various people of the globe, who are in need of something to guide them through their hard times.

The Breakdown
I got emotional… sigh…


» The Pros
Exceptional quality animation and an example of a great piece of art in motion.

» The Cons
I guess nothing can beat out being a piece of Poo right?

» Animation
Doggy Poo is not your typical anime-animation anime (huh?). No, Doggy Poo is a compilation of clay models and all sorts of fun stuff. Nonetheless, it was great.

» Sound
Both languages sync quite well with the movements of the lips together, that is due to the technology that was used, where the point was to not have the character move unless there is dialogue spoken in it. Quite a complicated process, but it is described in the extras! So check that out!

» Story
Great story, I do not know if you can call it a Cinderella story or whatever, but this has got to be one of the best I have ever laid my eyes on. Period.

» Recommend
Age does not matter when it comes to Doggy Poo. I guarantee you will find something that you would love with this cute but fun movie.


» Other Information
Language: English/Korean language with English Subtitles

The Making of Doggy Poo (Korean Documentary), Alternate Angle Color Storyboards for Entire Program, Original Korean Doggy Poo Trailer, U.S. Doggy Poo Trailer, Music Video, Photo Gallery, Set Gallery, Behind the Scenes Gallery, and Previews.

Nice peaceful cover. To me Doggy Poo is cute in this cover picture.



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