All the Dog-lovers round-up as Elizabeth Lo has brought the stories of the Stray dogs from Istanbul who are graced with a no-kill and no-capture policy, but what is life like for a lost dog living in a country that now has over-populated with over 1 L stray dogs walking on the streets.
The new dog documentary is neither a depressing, sad story nor a film filled with joy but with just a question around it, which surrounds the abundance of stray dogs increasing daily and the lives of these types of dogs in Istanbul.
The film from Dogwoof and Magnolia Pictures will be following the lives of three dogs living in Turkey as they see the human lives right from their eyes. Stray is like the doggie take of the loving documentary of Ceyda Torun for “Kedi,” which was released back in the year 2017 and focused on the cat population.
It focuses on the dog population through a story of three dogs who adventure in this big city as they do communicate with the other dogs and the humans around them in Turkey, Istanbul.
Stray Trailer Released | A Documentary On The Over Population Of Stray Dogs
Here we are going to take a look at the trailer of it and everything that you need to know about Elizabeth Lo. So at the beginning of the new trailer, the numbers revolving around the dogs in Istanbul might intrigue the viewers and question the abundance of stray dogs in the country.
The place is heaven for the lovers of dogs and even the documentary because of the very practical story it is set to portray. This documentary is neither a heartfelt story nor even a depressing one.
It centers on day to day activities of three dogs in the city as they make interactions with other dogs and the humans around them and find their way towards living in the city of Turkey.
The Los Angeles-based short-film director Lo was previously known for her short film ventures, which include “Hotel 22″ and “Mother’s Day,” and now “Stray” is all set to mark her full-length debut. In “Stray” press notes, Elizabeth Lo also shared how she met Zeytin on a trip to Istanbul and was also convinced to direct a documentary around Turkey’s dog community.
Elizabeth stated that for almost six months between the years 2018 and 2019, she followed Zeytin along with a camera and a stabilizer in her hand.