Sheep & Wolves

Sheep & Wolves
Sheep & Wolves

Year

2016

Duration

81 minutes

Genres

Animation, Family, Science Fiction and Fantasy

Language

English

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Synopsis

In the hills and meadows of a magical land live a flock of carefree sheep whose idyllic lifestyle is disrupted when a pack of wolves set up camp nearby. The wolves’ pack leader, Magra, announces that it’s time for him to step down and his successor be named. The strong and power-hungry Ragear is determined to be the new leader, but he is challenged by Grey, a hopeless wolf who seeks to prove his worth to love interest Bianca. Grey has the support of the rest of the pack, but when he drinks a transmutation potion given to him by a fortune-teller rabbit, he finds himself turned into a ram. Suddenly Grey has a whole new set of problems, and must protect his newfound family of sheep from the neighbouring pack of wolves he initially sought to lead in this family animation.

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PG Classification

Mild violence.

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