Reviews

  • Jan 18, 2016

    Wonderful film: fascinating and absorbing. A documentary about tenant farmers raising Swaledale sheep in the north Pennines doesn't sound very exciting, but it manages to be completely gripping all the way through, beautifully observed, clear-sighted, and often funny. One of the best and most enjoyable documentary films I've ever seen.

    Wonderful film: fascinating and absorbing. A documentary about tenant farmers raising Swaledale sheep in the north Pennines doesn't sound very exciting, but it manages to be completely gripping all the way through, beautifully observed, clear-sighted, and often funny. One of the best and most enjoyable documentary films I've ever seen.