Cookie settings

We use several types of cookies on this website to provide you with an optimal online experience, to increase the user-friendliness of our portal and to constantly improve our communication with you. You can decide which categories you want to allow and which you do not want to allow (see "Custom settings" for more information).
Name Usage Duration
privacylayerStatus Agreement Cookie hint1 year
vote_*Saving the tuning state to a videoJanuary 2038
Name Usage Duration
_gaGoogle Analytics2 years
_gidGoogle Analytics1 day
_gatGoogle Analytics1 minute
_galiGoogle Analytics30 seconds

Watchlist

You have the following 0 movies on your watchlist

Menu
26th International Film Festival

for Children and Young Audience

9 – 16 OCT 2021

The Pye-Dog


Original title: Yeh Leung Yuen
German title: Streunender Hund
91 min
Junior Film
2007
2007
Hong Kong
from 11 years
2007 | German Premiere
Direction: Derek Kwok
Script: Long Man Hong
Cast: Eason Chan, Gia Lin, Man Chun-fai, George Lam, Eric Tsang

SCHLINGEL Year

2007 | Junior Film


Additional Information
Camera
O Sing Pui
Music
Teddy Robin Kwan

Sometime Wang’s father disappeared without trace. His mother could not cope with it. Between dream worlds and reality she saw only one way out. She threw herself down from the roof. Since then the 12-year-old boy has been living with his grandmother. But the events have left their marks. Wang does not speak anymore. Dui has no family either. He spent his childhood with a gangster. Now, at the juvenile age, his “foster father” assigns him to kidnap the son of his archrival. It is Wang. Wang’s father went underground years ago. But he had his son observe all the time. A teacher was infiltrated into the boy’s school to ensure Wang’s security “in the frontline“. When Dui tracks the boy down and is facing him for the first time, everything changes. Never before has he looked into such trusting eyes full of joyful anticipation. From now on a special relationship exists between them. Dui’s foster father does not agree with the course of events. Wang’s father notices the strong changes in his son’s environment too. Inevitably, the two fronts clash with one another.