Kornél Mundruczó's drama White God tells the tale of a tenacious dog and its loving owner, a 13-year-old girl whose parents are engaged in an ugly divorce. Set in Hungary, the movie kicks off as the government passes a law to encourage and control dog breeding that forces those owning mutts to pay an extra tax. This leads to heartbreak for young Lili (Zsófia Psotta), when her frustrated father abandons her beloved dog Hagen on the street in order to avoid the new law. Lili decides to reunite with her dog, while Hagen also longs for Lili, and ends up leading a group of similarly abandoned canines. White God screened at the Un Certain Regard program at the 2014 Cannes Film Festival.