- Cinema hall in Ireland holds a dog-friendly film screening
- Dublin's Light House Cinema screens Wes Anderson's "Isle Of Dogs"
- The pictures are making the Internet swoon
Dozens of dogs along with their humans filled the cinema hall to enjoy the new quirky Anderson film.
Ireland's largest dog welfare society, Dogs Trust Ireland posted pictures on their official Twitter and Instagram handles.
We had the BEST time watching #IsleOfDogs at Ireland's first dog friendly movie screening at @thelighthoused7! So many well behaved dogs Here's hoping to many more events! Thanks so much @thedoggiedo, @20thcenturyfoxirl & @LightHouseD7 for organising. #dogfriendlyirelandpic.twitter.com/7LXZbQOcfH— Dogs Trust Ireland (@DogsTrust_IE) March 25, 2018
The pictures show dogs seated comfortably on blanketed seats, enjoying the film with plenty of delicious doggy treats.
Just look at these good dogs:
"Some nodded off, some sat up and seemed to really enjoy the action. We were thrilled with the interest and that everyone had such a good time."
Isle Of Dogs is a new stop-motion film from Wes Anderson following a boy's quest to find his dog in a dystopian future Japan.
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