Watch: First Trailer for Dog Tale ‘White God’

Magnolia Pictures has unveiled the first trailer for its March 27 release of “White God,” which won the Un Certain Regard prize at Cannes.

White God,” a Hungarian-Swedish-German co-production from Hungarian director Kornel Mundruczo, centers on a 13-year-old girl’s separation from her dog leading to a canine uprising.

The canine protagonist, Hagen (played by brothers Luke and Body), was awarded the Palm Dog Award in Cannes and attended the film’s premiere, went to the photo-call, walked up the red carpet and appeared on stage – becoming the first dog in Cannes history to do so.

The trailer for “White God” includes a scene in which 200 dogs escape from a kennel and run down a street in rebellion against their human captors.

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