Adam Sandler and Ben Stiller in a scene from “The Meyerowitz Stories.”
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A misbehaving giant poodle has scooped top prize for a canine performance at the Cannes film festival, despite what organizers lamented as a "pawcity of dog roles" this year. Bruno the white standard poodle, who does serious injury to Dustin Hoffman's character in the Netflix movie "The Meyerowitz Stories," was awarded the Palm Dog prize – the spoof answer to Cannes' coveted award for humans, the Palme d'Or.Runner-up prize went to Lupo, a large black dog who features in French film "Ava," in which he enjoys a scene riding on the back of a motorbike between two humans.The Palm Dog awards have been running for 17 years – or 119 dog years.
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