Black Sheep

Black Sheep
Black Sheep

Year

2006

Duration

82 minutes

Genres

Comedy, Horror

Language

English

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Synopsis

Kiwi director/writer Jonathan King's comedy horror taps into the fact that sheep outnumber humans by over ten to one in New Zealand. What would happen if they stopped being quite so passive and, well, sheeplike? There are plenty of gory gross-out moments alongside surreal laughs and satire as a young man returns to the family farm he left 15 years previously, to find that his brother has been conducting some genetic experiments on the flock...and the resulting woolly mutations are far from friendly.

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15 Classification

Contains strong language and gory violence

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