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6 September 2001 (Argentina) See more »
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A man. A sheep. It's complicated.
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When rancher Alberto meets "Fanny", a sheep on his farm, a love is born and Baa-aa-ad things begin happening. | Add synopsis »
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Weekly DVD & Blu-Ray Chopping List 7.28.2009
 (From Fangoria. 26 July 2009, 11:01 PM, PDT)

Animalada (review)
 (From SoundOnSight. 19 July 2009, 9:59 PM, PDT)

One man and his Sheep!? Animalada: Review
 (From 24FramesPerSecond. 12 July 2009, 4:22 AM, PDT)

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What a Sheep Movie Ought to Be See more (2 total) »

Cast

  (in credits order)
Carlos Roffé ... Alberto
Cristina Banegas ... Natalie
Carolina Fal ... Paula
Walter Quiroz ... Gaston
José María Monje ... Miranda
rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Federico Martin Barros ... Bailarin 1
Hilda Bernard ... Aristocrat Lady
Sergio Boris ... Médico 2
Silvina Bosco ... Empleada Agncia de Turismo
Osvaldo Burgos ... Jorge
Horacio Embón ... Conductor
Vilma Ferrán ... Mamá Familia
Alejandro Fornasari ... Enfermero 1
Facundo Galván ... Silveyra
Alfredo Iglesias ... Director Psiquiátrico
Roberto Jacoby ... Efermero 2
Carlos Lanari ... Papa Familia
Julio Marticorena ... Médico 1
Julieta Ortega
Francisco Peterson ... Bailarin 3
Mariano Rey ... Bailarin 2
Guillermo Soffiantini ... Policia 2
Rafael Spregelburd ... Ramiro
Paolo Taramasco ... Joven 1
Antonio Ugo ... Policia 1

Directed by
Sergio Bizzio 
 
Writing credits
(in alphabetical order)
Sergio Bizzio 

Produced by
Rolo Azpeitia .... producer
Sergio Bizzio .... producer
 
Original Music by
Sergio Pangaro 
 
Cinematography by
Hernán Bouza 
 
Film Editing by
Lorenzo Bombicci 
 
Casting by
Lila Romero 
 
Art Direction by
Annette Charreau 
 
Set Decoration by
Valeria Ebel 
 
Costume Design by
Karina Kreth 
 
Makeup Department
Sebastián Molchasky .... special makeup effects artist
Marisa Wehit .... key makeup artist
 
Production Management
Pablo Morgavi .... administrative manager
Diego Yaker .... production manager
 
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Eduardo Raspo .... assistant director
Lila Romero .... second assistant director
Maria Alejandra Uz .... first assistant director
 
Art Department
Martín Libert .... property master
 
Sound Department
Federico Billordo .... foley artist
José Caldararo .... sound recordist
Leandro de Loredo .... foley recordist
Martín Grignaschi .... supervising sound editor
Andres Plat .... sound
Marcelo Rodríguez .... sound recordist
Fernando Soldevila .... sound recordist
 
Special Effects by
Karina Fernandez .... special effects assistant
 
Camera and Electrical Department
Pablo Biondi .... electrician
Pablo Jamardo .... electrician
Laura Vidal .... assistant camera
 
Editorial Department
Cristina González Fernández .... negative cutter
David Block .... colorist (uncredited)
 
Other crew
Mariana Barassi .... production secretary
Marcela Coria .... production assistant
Fabian Gabelli .... animal wrangler
 

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Also Known As:
"Animalada" - Argentina (original title)
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92 min
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2 out of 2 people found the following review useful.
What a Sheep Movie Ought to Be, 29 August 2009
Author: gavin6942 from United States

An Argentinian rancher falls in love with a sheep named Fanny. This love becomes overwhelming and takes precedence over his family and work. What starts off as relatively harmless -- though disturbing -- gets increasingly troublesome to the point where the man must defend himself at any cost.

If you think the only sheep film in the horror genre is "Black Sheep", you're dead wrong. As great as that film is, this one is probably better. In my opinion, this film really treads the ground that make horror films memorable and fun. Remember, the first goal of a movie is to be entertaining... and if you're the sort who likes sick humor, this film is going to hit the spot. (I acquired it around the same time as "Sick Girl", and I think they make a nice pair.) This film had to be a foreign film. American sensibilities would not have been able to present such a portrayal. I mean, you could do it if it was independent, but still not in this sense. There's a "feel" that American films can't reach, and this one can... which brings me to a final point.

"Animalada" has a similar visual style to Peter Jackson's "Dead Alive". If someone had told me this was an early Jackson film, I wouldn't doubt them. And that's a good thing... for as great as Jackson has become, his strength was -- for me -- his work on "Bad Taste" and "Meet the Feebles". Even "The Frighteners" was too polished. So, for the director of this film, you succeeded in emulating a master, even if that wasn't your pan.

Buy this film. Buy it. Do not rent, do not borrow, do not download. Buy it.

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