Then there is a bunch of gruff and grumpy rams to deal with, and an auntie who does not always have her best interests at heart. The dogs are voiced by artists including Mel Giedroyc, Brian Blessed, Una Stubbs and Sandra Dickinson, and the film is narrated by Derek Jacobi. On a windswept British seaside farm, border collie Gail gives birth to three puppies named Storm, Drift and Mist. A puppy dreams of becoming a sheepdog, only to discover it is not all that easy. He is terribly stubborn, not until Mist makes him climb back up a cliff one misty morning. He teaches her how to be a sheepdog, and is voiced by.
It features his seven working dogs - the puppy Mist, her gentle mother Gail, grandfather 'Sir' Gregory, eccentric, bubbly, hyper uncle Jake, sour and negative great-auntie Fern, gruff, tough cousin Ernie and wise auntie Swift. As the story progressed, I became familiar with the characters and their individual traits and found the whole thing pretty engaging. It was first broadcast by Five in the United Kingdom on Christmas Day 2006. He too is a stubborn ram. He wants to be independent, although he always sticks with his mum. Le film a été présenté dans le cinéma en. Blakeson ; written, directed and edited by Richard Overall.
The E-mail message field is required. After Gail's crusty but lovable father, Sir Gregory, sizes up the puppies' sheep-herding potential, the female Mist is chosen as the most promising of the trio and begins training. When the puppies realize they can finally see things, Mist looks out of a nearby window and sees a flock of pass by, but does not exactly know what they are. But things are not as easy as she might have hoped. One day Mist gets giddy and runs off into the woods; a dark place where she soon gets lost and has to be rescued by the Boss and Sir Gregory. The story reaches its high point when one of the rams gets stranded halfway down the face of a cliff overlooking the ocean. The next day, Mist succeeds in her next test.
Mist: The Tale of a Sheepdog Puppy is a British family television film following the life of a border collie puppy as she grows up to become a working Herding dog. Winter arrives at Borough Farm, but Fern has still not warmed up to Mist. Live-action adventure, with Mel Giedroyc, Brian Blessed and Una Stubbs providing voices for the animal stars. Mist: The Tale of a Sheepdog Puppy is a British family television film following the life of a border collie puppy as she grows up to become a working Herding dog. But with Swift, Ernie, Jake, Fern, and her Mother Gail around, Mist has all of the help she needs to cope with the host of animals that live at Borough farm. All the other dogs, Swift, her son Ernie, and Jake, are delighted to meet the puppies at last but Fern doesn't seem to like puppies and is not happy to be their auntie.
The dogs are voiced by artists including , , and , and the film is narrated by. Mist wants to be a working sheepdog more quickly and gets bored of her training as the days pass by. Credits: Music, Bradley Miles ; film editing, Richard Overall. Some segments have considerable charm, as when Mist fails her first test as a sheepdog and sits sulking beside a nearby pond. One day the puppies are playing in the yard when two different families come to take Storm and Drift away.
Can Mist really learn her craft and one day prove herself worthy of a place in the team of sheepdogs at Borough Farm? She has already named two of them Storm and Drift but she thinks Sir Gregory should name the third. Abstract: Mist is one of three pups born at Borough Farm. Most of it is scripted, while some of the best parts are the ones in which the dialogue is tailored to fit various serendipitous bits of footage such as two dogs joining paws as though sealing a pact. It has spawned a spin-off television series called Mist: Sheepdog Tales, which charts the sheepdog adventures of the adult Mist. Fern supplies most of the drama as she constantly plots against our heroine and gets her into all kinds of trouble. Cependant, si le contenu informatif sur ce site affecte en aucune façon vos droits, veuillez s'il vous plaît. After Gail's crusty but lovable father, Sir Gregory, sizes up the puppies' sheep-herding potential, the female Mist is chosen as the most promising of the trio and begins training.
Whether or not your kids will like it depends on their attention span, I guess, since this is a leisurely-paced story that depends more on character and the appeal of the leads no, I'm not kidding than any kind of razzle-dazzle. Mist will need to learn her craft and prove herself worthy of a place on the team sheepdogs at the farm. Fern does not want everyone to think Mist is better than her, so she tricks Mist into breaking one of the rules and rounding up rams. It has spawned a spin-off television series called Mist: Sheepdog Tales, which charts the sheepdog adventures of the adult Mist. She points them out to Storm and Drift, but by the time they come to the window, the sheep are gone.
It features his seven working dogs - the puppy Mist, her gentle mother Gail, grandfather 'Sir' Gregory, eccentric, bubbly, hyper uncle Jake, sour and negative great-auntie Fern, gruff, tough cousin Ernie and wise auntie Swift. He is highly intelligent but is easily distracted. This heartwarming series is a must-see, hopefully there will be more to come in the future! He is always down and whinges and feels miserable a lot. As the young puppy grows up, she gets into adventures with her fellow sheep dogs -- including the resentful Fern, who considers the youngster a threat to her standing -- and a chatty flock of ducks. Gail realises it is finally time to choose which of the puppies will stay on Borough Farm to be trained as a working sheepdog, and which have to leave.
I even shed a tear--almost--during one particularly moving scene, but if you tell anybody that, I'll deny it. Part fiction, part documentary, it was filmed by real-life shepherd David Kennard on his farm in Devon. Part , part , it was filmed by real-life shepherd David Kennard on his farm in. So when her first test arrives, she gets over excited and fails. She likes to give Mist a hard time as she grows up, has very good hearing due to her pointy ears, and is voiced by.