Shaun the Sheep wins the day, an independent gem sees Eddie Marsan giving a captivating performance and the story of Martin Luther King’s fight against racism graces the screen.
‘Charming, innovative and funny – Sean wins the day.’
‘Shaun the Sheep’ made his 1995 debut in Nick Park’s Oscar winning short film A Close Shave, starring Wallace and Gromit. Now he’s the star in his debut feature and he’s a hit. It was a bold move by Aardman to go without voice-over in what’s essentially a silent film but it works adding strength to this delightful film. Sit back and enjoy 85 minutes of fun.
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