Sheepskin (3 stars)

Faith and farming

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This article is from 2007.

As sheep farmer Jeremy struggles to protect his flock from a foot and mouth outbreak, God comes to him in a Moses-like moment and promises to protect the sheep if he is obeyed. It’s a relatively dry subject that transformed here into a journey into the psyche of a man forced into a crumbling industry that’s topical, imaginative and strangely beautiful. (Nicola Husband)

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This article is from 2007.

Sheepskin

  • 3 stars

As sheep farmer Jeremy struggles to protect his flock from a foot and mouth outbreak, God comes to him and promises to protect the sheep if he is obeyed. A relatively dry subject that is transformed into a topical, imaginative and strangely beautiful piece. 'Part of the Edinburgh Festival Fringe 2007'.

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