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Think Walking Tall (with The Rock and Johnny Knoxville) meets Hamish Macbeth. On the wild lands of Scotland a lonesome farmer fights tooth and nail to keep his farm from the clutches of a money grabbing English businessmen.
Shepherd on the Rock is a fairly decent film which apart from a wobbly ending will keep most people entertained. Bernard Hill is excellent in the lead and outshines the rest of the unknown cast....even his dog Jess in the film acts better than the films romantic interest. However, the support acting aside, this film is well worth watching. If its on TV I would recommend it, and its probably the only way you'll see it. The chances of this being released on a 20 quid DVD are unfortunately highly unlikely.
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