Synopsis: Blacky, a black sheep, is the terror of the farm. And she is obsessed with going to the Moon. Kanuto, the sheepdog, gets tangled up in her plans while failing to hide his love for her. They get swept away in an adventure where they meet an opera-singing cow, a fashion designer wolf, illegal sewing spiders, a weird couple of birds from some famous singing TV reality show contest, and a peculiar pack of dogs, the 'Pastrinos', who have a rocket ready to launch. And of course, Pinky, the Godzilla-sized sheep, with a bad attitude of lunar proportions.
Director(s): Francis Nielsen
Production: Phase 4 Films
81 min


Start the countdown!

Nine, eight.

You forgot 10.

Okay. Ten,

nine, eight,

seven, six,

five, four--

What about seven?

I said seven.

Well, start over again, just in case.


(Screaming) Folks! Now!



KANUTO NARRATING: Hey, stop it, stop!

What's going on around here?

Okay, okay, that's better.

People ask me nowadays

what happened back in the beginning?

So to each and every who asks me,

my answer is always the same.

That's where the whole story started.

Once upon a time,

in a peaceful land,

was a beautiful farm


where lived a lot of animals.

All of them were happy.


Let's go, you fat old cow,

or you'll miss it.

I'll have you know,

I'm in the prime of my life,

and I go to the gym every day.

Obviously gaining

weight and not muscle.

And even if, like in every family,

somebody argues a bit from time to time,

at the end of the day

they were all good friends.

I was just a puppy back in those days.

And the youngest and happiest

kid on the farm.

Hey, that's me, Kanuto.

I was supposed to get trained

to become the best sheepdog.

In fact, that's what they were

expecting from me.


Off you go. Fetch.

Fetch. Come on, Kanuto.

(Barking) Fetch.

Good dog.

Oh, good boy. Yeah.

Good boy. Here we go.



Hey, Kanuto, guess what?

I still got it.


Come on. Oh, get it. Oh, nice.


Come on, you're a good dog.

Very good dog.



(Sheep bleating)

And today's lesson... herding.

Now, pay attention, Kanuto.

If a sheep leaves the flock

from the rear,

you have to run around in front

of it to cut off its escape,

and chase it back in.

It's not complicated.

And then you go back to where you were,

unless where you are is where

you were in the first place.


Then you got to keep an eye on the left

and on the right.

It's not a job for a butterfly.

You've got to be constantly

on your toes.


And sometimes you have to run

around like this

to get a better view of the flock.

So you've got to be a midfield

player and a sweeper, got it?



I never got into hot water,

much less knew about it,

until the fateful day that hot water

changed my life forever.

Quick. I need more hot water.




Come on.

Come and see, Kanuto.

You're not going to be the

youngest on the farm any longer.

Here's the first.

(Woman laughing) Oh!

You... I'm going to call Victoria.

And here's the second.

Oh, you'll be Cloe.


Here's the third.

Oh, and you... Fancy.

Here is... okay, something strange.




What on earth is this?


She can be part of our herd.

I like it. It reminds me

of something I stepped in once.

It seems we have a black

sheep in the flock.


she's so cute.

Pride of the year.

We'll call her Blackie.

Blackie, please meet Kanuto.

Kanuto, please meet Blackie.

I'm sure you're both going

to be the best of friends.

(Kanuto whimpering)

He's got a big head for such small paws.

And from that moment,

nothing was ever the same again.

(Door creaking open)

One, two, three.

Every little lamb must

learn good manners.

Now dance, my little princesses. Dance.

(All gasping)


Ready? Fetch!

Fetch, Kanuto.

Good dog. Good dog.

Now try to pick up the stick, Kanuto.


Come on, Kanuto. Fetch.

Come on, fetch.


Couldn't you at least give him a hand?

You don't expect me to put

that in my mouth, do you?


(Rooster crowing)

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