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Black Beauty Breed (2014)

Not Rated | | Documentary, Action, Family | 12 June 2014 (USA)
Loyal, highly intelligent and courageous, the Rottweiler is often misunderstood. Black Beauty Breed is a feature length documentary that brings you closer to the dog behind the perceived ... See full summary »

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Angie Ruiz

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Angie Ruiz
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Loyal, highly intelligent and courageous, the Rottweiler is often misunderstood. Black Beauty Breed is a feature length documentary that brings you closer to the dog behind the perceived intimidating image and highlights the positive abilities and character traits that make the Rottweiler an incredible dog. With stunning original film footage, Black Beauty Breed captures the soul of the Rottweiler and challenges your perception of them as vicious and unstable dogs. Intimate footage brings you closer to the real Rottweiler and their colorful heritage as a working dog that dates back to ancient Roman times. Fascinating facts about this noble breed will be revealed for the first time ever in a film and will forever change the image of the Rottweiler. Written by Anonymous

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12 June 2014 (USA) See more »

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27 August 2014 | by cswirskySee all my reviews

This movie is a must see for anyone who owns a Rottweiler, is thinking about getting one, has ever known one or believes the reputation bestowed upon them by Hollywood. It's very informative, humorous and touching. After watching the screening, it was evident to me that a lot of research was put into the production of this film and the overall message is a good one. What I took away from the movie is that Rottweilers are amazing and versatile dogs but not suitable for all people and all lifestyles. It is so important to do your research before getting a dog - not just Rottweilers but any breed. I can't wait until I can buy a copy of my own. Great job by Angie and all the contributors!


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