The first feature from Peruvian Film was filmed entirely in Ilo,Peru during the months of Nov-Dec 2013. Film-maker Bill; White and assistant camera person Kelly Edery pontificate on greed, crime, and corruption while following a pack of wild dogs through this fishing village during the holiday season, . White has made over 50 short anthropological films in Peru, each of which came into being through the process of direct cimea. “Twilight of the Dogs” is his first planned film. My original intention was to make an 80 minute feature in one month with no money, The result was boring, so I put it aside for two months, then cut it to 60 minutes, which seems to be a good length for the material. it is divided into five parts: Crime, Debt, Wealth, Love, and Chirch & State. Running time: One hour.