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Free Puppies

(NR) First Run Features - 70 min
  • DIRECTOR: Christina Thomas & Samantha Wishman

SHOWTIMES 08/15/2022 (change date):

Synopsis:

Q&A with the filmmakers featuring the Tri-State Rescue Ladies & Friends on Friday, August 12 after the 7:00pm show, and on Saturday and Sunday after the 1:15pm and 7:00pm shows

 

Millions of rescue dogs from the rural South have been transported to new homes thanks to the tireless efforts of a vast, grassroots network of dog rescuers. FREE PUPPIES! is the true story of where those dogs came from and the grim challenges facing a group of women rescuers working together to save them.

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Allison
5 out of 5 stars

This film is fantastic.

August 14, 2022
I learned so much from this movie. The incredible efforts made by animal lovers across the country to rescue and re-home abandoned dogs are truly inspiring and it was eye-opening to see how huge the problem is. What may have touched me most was to see rescuers with completely opposing political views working together to save animals in need. I walked away thinking of what a beautiful metaphor these animals were for American citizens. If we could get over our political differences to solve problems for humans the way these American heroes solve problems for animals, we'd be in a much better place as a country. This film is a reminder that, if our government won't do anything to help people, we can make change ourselves as long as we work together.

Marc Angelo
5 out of 5 stars

For Dog Lovers Everywhere!

June 30, 2022
This film should come with a warning: "If you watch this film you will likely adopt a rescue dog. " (and your life will be the better for it!)

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A New York Times Noteworthy Film
5 out of 5 stars

A New York Times Noteworthy Film of the Summer

June 27, 2022
"No, they won’t be handed out with tickets, but presumably seeing rescue dogs placed in new homes in a documentary will make you smile all the same." -The New York Times