ABSTRACT In Dog Days, graphic sex and violence are presented as the only elements in life that are not banal, prepackaged ““factoids.”” Observing his documentary-like tapestry of characters in various stages of coupling and uncoupling, director Ulrich Seidl suggests that sadomasochism could almost be considered an inevitable, universal condition.

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