Lek And The Dogs (15)

Andrew Kotting | 2017 | UK | 92’

Having either fled or been thrown out of his home at the age of four, the young Mishukov spent two years living on the streets of Moscow, befriending a pack of wild dogs that became his companions and guardians.  In this film, the adult Lek, looks back on this life with the aide of a cassette on which his younger self recorded his formative experiences.  Nodding to the true story of a Moscow street child raised by dogs, this collage of sound and vision by Andrew Kötting provokes a deeply personal, instinctive reaction.


A Theatr Mwldan Film Society Screening