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Monday, July 3, 2006 - Page updated at 07:07 AM


Infamous Enumclaw horse sex case to be made into movie

Seattle filmmaker Robinson Devor has begun filming this month for his new documentary, "In the Forest There Is Every Kind of Bird." The film examines the widely reported 2005 incident of a man in Enumclaw who died after having sex with a horse.

Devor, whose previous film, "Police Beat," premiered at the Sundance Film Festival last year, hopes to bring the new film to Sundance in 2007. It will continue filming through July and into August.

In the meantime, "Police Beat" — Devor's and writer Charles Mudede's made-in-Seattle drama about a bicycle cop — will open for a week's run at the Varsity July 14.

Moira Macdonald, Seattle Times movie critic

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