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In a magical faraway land, in a picturesque little village nestled among green meadows and rolling hills, lives a flock of carefree sheep. But their pastoral and stress-free life is interrupted when a pack of wolves sets up camp in the nearby ravine. In accordance with ancient traditions, the retiring pack leader Magra announces that his future successor must prove his right to lead by vanquishing his rivals. When the powerful and blood-thirsty Ragear steps forward, the only wolf brave enough to challenge him is Grey, the pack's favorite, but a hopeless goof ball. To become a leader and win back Bianca's love, Grey goes off into the woods, where he discovers a camp of Gypsy rabbits. The fortune-teller rabbit Mami gives him a magical "transmutation potion." Grey drinks the potion and goes back to the wolves' den, but finds out upon arrival that he has been transformed into... a ram!Written by
In the movie skinny was singing a song call (never give you up) from Rick Astley. But in the Russian or original version he sing a other song call Sedaya noch (Gray night) by Yuri Vasilievich. also in the Russian version some of the music on the movie is fully Russia. See more »
[from English trailer]
I'm tired of waiting, Grey, that you'll finally change.
I will change. I promise.
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I'll admit that I did not have any inclination to see this film, however upon seeing this, I must say that it was exceptionally well done. Of all the computer-generated films this has become one of my favorites, and a favorite of my younger brother. I highly recommend 'Sheep and Wolves' for any parents or babysitters to have ready.
As for the film itself, I was pleasantly surprised. It took traditional characters, like a wolf or a sheep, and assigned them to very nontraditional roles. With a wolf for protagonist, the film subtly explored many themes unknown to the child-oriented fantasy world. There are many lessons to be learned from this film, and at the same time it is very entertaining. The humor is mostly rather mild, and nothing in the film is ever vulgar. Anyway, the humor goes really well with the young kids, and they laugh a lot. Essentially, this film is for the entire family. Not too adult for the young kids, and not too childish to keep the attention of moms and dads. Very universal!
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