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Laurie Anderson's first feature film in 30 years, <em>Heart of a Dog</em> is a personal essay on joy and heartbreak and remembering and forgetting, at the heart of which is a lament for her late beloved dog Lolabelle. The <em>New York Times</em> calls it "dreamy, drifty, and altogether lovely." <em>New York</em> says it's "one of the most moving and provocative films you’ll see this year." The <em>Times </em>of London says it's "a work of mastery: thought-provoking, smart and incredibly moving." The soundtrack is the full audio recording of the film, including all music and spoken text; for this Italian-language version, it was dubbed into the Italian by Anderson herself.