Bark

Bark

Bark is a movie starring Annie Brennen, Eli Rubenstein, and Caitrin Gallagher. A mother takes her minivan through an automatic car wash, drives home, scoops up the mail, pulls into the garage and kills herself. She leaves behind a...

Running Time
1 hours 18 minutes
Quality
480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Genres
Drama
Director
Marco Jake, Anna Nilles
Writer
Anna Nilles, Marco Jake
Actors
Maggie Nilles, Caitrin Gallagher, Annie Brennen, Eli Rubenstein
Country
USA
Year
2017
Audio Languages
English, Deutsch, Français, Italiano, Español, Svenska, Gaeilge, Nederlands
Subtitles
日本語, Čeština, Tiếng Việt, Português, 한국어, Australia, Filipino, हिन्दी

Comments about drama «Bark» (20)

Bryan Gutierrez avatar
Bryan Gutierrez

A mother takes her minivan through an automatic car wash, drives home, scoops up the mail, pulls into the garage and kills herself. She leaves behind a husband (Dad), a daughter away at college (Riley), a set of teenage twins (Caitrin and Eli), and a dog (Leadbelly). Eli (Eli Rubenstein)-- by all accounts a normal teenage boy -- just wants everything to go back to normal. When the family dog goes missing (and nobody else in the family seems to care) he searches for her because somebody in this family has to try to hold this all together damnit. Caitrin (Caitrin Gallagher) did everything first. She was born first. She got her license first. She found out about her dead mom first. She's sick of it. If adulthood is as full of lying and loneliness as it seems, Caitrin wants nothing to do with it. Riley (Annie Brennen), the ambitious aspiring actress, never planned on returning to the suburbs except for a quaint Christmas every couple of years between film shoots. Little did she know her dad would ask her to move back home to fill in for Mom. She's thinking about taking up yoga. Among the whitewashed fences, mailboxes, and manicured lawns, a despondent family deals with the drudgery of grief and their growing detachment to each other-- all through the eyes of their depressed dog, Leadbelly.

Frank Phillips avatar
Frank Phillips

So fun! My entire family has enjoyed this movie several times!

Kenneth J. avatar
Kenneth J.

I really enjoyed this movie, I would say this is one of Maggie Nilles best films.

Betty avatar
Betty

I ENJOYED THIS MOVIE INCREDIBLY.

Stephen F. avatar
Stephen F.

One of my top 5 movies of all time. Loved it.

Mary avatar
Mary

Great plot. Great performance from Annie Brennen as expected.

Megan Green avatar
Megan Green

All of the cast, specifically Annie Brennen and Caitrin Gallagher stun in their respective roles.

Dorothy avatar
Dorothy

Great all the way through