March 06, 2006

Guess the movie

Ok so I kind of stole the idea a little from Alex but I prefer my format.

Guess the movie from this rather shortened plot synopsis.

Looking for work
Pretty Scenery
Fewer Sheep
Parting of ways
"Fishing Trips"
Family Scenes
"Fishing Trips"
Brutal Murder
No More "Fishing Trips

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  1. I've no idea, I've got as far as thinking of all the films I know with sheep in. A Close Shave is basically all I can think of.

    I hope you'll eventually give the right answer or someone else will get it!

    08 Mar 2006, 19:09

  2. Well seeing as no-one else seems to care I think I'll put you out of your misery. It's Brokeback Mountain, and although it's always referred to as a gay cowboy movie it's actually a gay shepherd film. The first hour is practically only sheep, mountains and two guys rolling aorund, but a good film all the same :D

    08 Mar 2006, 20:10

  3. I was going to say that! When I saw 'Mountain' and 'Bareback', I thought Brokeback Mountain. I've not seen it though and assumed there weren't so many sheep in it. Haha!

    09 Mar 2006, 03:25

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