When Clay has to move away from his friends and the bright lights of New York City, he's far from happy. He soon finds comfort and friendship with his new dog, Sheeba. Sheeba follows Clay ...
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When Clay has to move away from his friends and the bright lights of New York City, he's far from happy. He soon finds comfort and friendship with his new dog, Sheeba. Sheeba follows Clay everywhere as he explores his new surroundings and makes friends. But not everyone is interested in welcoming this newcomer and Clay soon finds himself having to deal with Wax, the town's biggest bully.
I finally took the liberty to order "Sheeba" off of Amazon last week. While I enjoyed the connections to world events like 9-11 and the emotional scenes that I could relate to, I found my favorite part of the movie was that it was made in Central Illinois, in a small town, with familiar faces. My good friend played the young actress in the movie, so after watching the movie I was reminded of her hometown and my trips to visit her. It is amazing that Robin Christian was able to bring the community together to help him make such a memorable film. I keep watching it over and over again looking for recognizable faces, or even places I have been, and the plot doesn't get old. I was amazed to find that such a low-budget movie could be re-watched over and over again. Plus the main boy in the movie was such a cutie, and today has grown into such a handsome young man. Most independent films are boring and blah to me, but I would definitely recommend you give Sheeba a shot- it might surprise you! I can't wait to watch more of Robin Christian's movies, I have no doubts that I'll be seeing his name on the big screens here soon!
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