Director Simon Curtis on Working with Dogs and Racing Life Lessons

In the film The Art of Racing in the Rain, the story is told through the perspective of Enzo, the wise family dog. He’s voiced by Academy Award winning actor Kevin Costner. While all his dialogue was recorded in post production, the very real Butler and Parker were on set for every frame of the film. Director Simon Curtis talks about working with the dogs as well as the rich themes that kept the book on the New York Times bestseller list more more than three and a half years!

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