Another great Wes Anderson film, beautiful and amazing. I'm no dog lover, but I was really moved by the portrayal of man's best friend and the loyalty shown between a Master and a Dog.
Due to the limitation of our language, I (the singular entity referred to as me) am limited in expressing how this film connected with me.
I was moved so moved with this, I have never cried at the end of a film to the extent I did with HTTTGAP.
It's funny and heart warming, with a strong LGBT message. It's about giving yourself freely and finding who you are as an individual. How, as an individual, when you experience love for somebody you create a new state; an evolution of your former self.
Please embrace this film with an open mind and open heart.