Peter is dumbfounded when his wife suddenly thinks she's a dog! To cope with the world, her mind has surrendered to a crazy wish: to love and be loved unconditionally. Now, Peter must deal with others' reactions, which aren't helping matters one bit.

Scott Hardie: “It was ok.”

Don’t fall for the trailer, which advertises this as a quirky romantic comedy starring a man-hungry Kudrow; it’s a tenebrous drama in which Kudrow plays one of several weird, inappropriate supporting characters. There’s very little that’s conventional about this microproduction, and that helps it, in that its out-of-left-field pleasures are so sudden and unpredictable. But it’s hard to evaluate whether this film was a success, because there’s no clue what the hell it was trying to accomplish: The actors seem to be on the same wavelength, but we’re not on it with them, and the tone is inconsistent and confusing.

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