"Yellow Dog" is the story of four young people who have remained alone in the life. Anonymous, they journey a stripped city. Without time. Without objectives. Without faith. They do not know themselves. When crossing itself they generate bonds crossed by walking. They become company, without loving itself, without getting passionate, without being understood. It intrigues the possibility to them of an ideal day.
Create to have the certainty that far from the city that immobilizes them and near the sea, they will find a better place. Thus, they go. Like yellow dogs, dogs from which one separates without paying attention to them.
DIRECTOR BIOGRAPHICAL NOTE:
Javier Van de Couter was born in Carmen de Patagones , province of Buenos Aires, in Argentina, in 1975. He graduated from Conservatorio Nacional de Arte dramático.
He has worked as an script cinema and TV writer. His latest works as script writer were “Tumberos” directed by Adrián Caetano, and “ Criminal” wrote with Alejandro Maci.
As an actor his last work was “Un año sin amor” directed by Anahí Berneri, and in theatre his last performance was in “La muerte de Dantón” by Georg Buchner, directed by Roberto Villanueva.
Yellow dog is his first work as a director.