A dog, a bartender, an enabling co-worker, an irate boss and a woman working at the hotel who knows that no dogs are allowed. While Joe may honestly believe that he's rescuing Kinski from a negligent family, Hardman is setting up this circle of witnesses, judges and accomplices around Joe. I think it's obvious to say that he's not acting in any rational way and we see him continue down a path of questionable choices. Kinski #2 is about what most truly captivating stories are about: obsession. A man sees something and has to have it. Whether it's a woman or a dog, obsessions lead men to do stupid things and Joe is no different than anyone else that way. Read Full Review
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