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Dog Years is a movie starring Burt Reynolds, Ariel Winter, and Clark Duke. An aging former movie star is forced to face the reality that his glory days are behind him. On its surface, the film is a tale about faded fame. At its...

Genres
Drama
Director
Adam Rifkin
Starring
Burt Reynolds, Chevy Chase, Clark Duke, Ariel Winter

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Product details

Genres Drama
Director Adam Rifkin
Writer Adam Rifkin
Stars Burt Reynolds, Chevy Chase, Clark Duke, Ariel Winter
Country USA
Also Known As La última gran estrella, ラスト・ムービースター, The Last Movie Star, Ostatnia gwiazda kina
Runtime 1 h 34 min
Audio Português  English  Deutsch  Italiano  Español  Français  Gaeilge  Svenska  Nederlands
Subtitles Português  日本語  Čeština  Australia  한국어  Filipino  Tiếng Việt  हिन्दी 
Quality 480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Description An aging former movie star is forced to face the reality that his glory days are behind him. On its surface, the film is a tale about faded fame. At its core, it's a universal story about growing old.

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Tuesday, 17 Mar 2020 11:54

This film will probably not resonate with many people, but it's definitely worth a watch. The main protagonist is a 28 year old man named Stanley, who has a troubled past that has been slowly growing worse over the years. He is a life long alcoholic and his mother has passed away. His father, John (Stephen Rea), is a photographer, who he really admires and takes a great pride in. He is a shy guy who has an intense fixation with his son and loves spending time with him. When John's mother, Mary (Diane Kruger) passes away, Stanley has to leave his home in order to find work and support his son. While doing this he starts to see the death of his mother as his greatest achievement, even if it is the beginning of his downward spiral. Stanley's life becomes a living hell as he cannot stop drinking, having no one who he truly respects, and having a handful of close friends that he feels he can trust. He even starts to fall in love with a teenage girl, Stephanie (Rachael Stirling) who has been a long term friend of Stanley's and he has been corresponding with for some time. Stanley has no one that he truly loves and is unable to connect with and makes no attempt to adjust to his new life. After his death, Stanley has a completely empty life, which has him growing even more depressed and feeling the need to drink. Stanley also develops a fear of the dark, and tries to control his fear with drugs. There is also a scene where Stanley and Mary get into a heated argument, which leads to Stanley screaming at Mary, which sets off the whole scene that he does not know what he is doing anymore and is essentially a mess. The only thing that Stanley has is his mother. He is unable to express himself in any other way, and even when he comes out of a blackout he doesn't seem to know what he is doing anymore. The ending is also quite sad and depressing as Stanley is unable to find himself, and his life becomes a living hell. It's a shame that Stanley is no longer in control of himself and this film is the worst thing he has ever seen, but I can only hope that Stanley will have a better life in the future.


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