Rock Dog

Rock Dog
Rock Dog

Year

2016

Duration

90 minutes

Genres

Action and Adventure, Animation, Comedy

Language

English

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Synopsis

On Snow Mountain, lead guard dog Khampa heads up the unit that protects the village from prowling wolves. His son Bodi is expected to follow in his footsteps when the time comes, but has never shared his father’s knack or enthusiasm for such responsibilities. When a radio falls from the sky and introduces Bodi to a world of rock music, he vows to become a musician – much to his father’s displeasure. After some convincing, Bodi is allowed to follow his dreams, leaving the village to undertake an adventure in the music industry. But meanwhile the wolves have a plan of their own, to kidnap Bodi and use him to capture Snow Mountain.

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PG Classification

Mild violence, threat, language.

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