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U.S. performance artist Laurie Anderson pays tribute to her late husband Lou Reed in "Heart of a Dog," a cinematic contemplation of love and death that also ponders the loss of her mother and her beloved pet terrier.Anderson's voice is a constant presence in a challenging, experimental documentary which weaves several narrative strands – including stories of her dog Lolabelle, her mother, her childhood fantasies and her Buddhist-influenced philosophical theories – into a visual collage set to a soundtrack of her own music.Much of it was shot on her iPhone and other small digital devices.From an imaginary sequence in which she gives birth to her dog to a section in which the narrator describes the final moments of her mother's life, much of the film has a dreamlike quality.
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