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    The Moo Man

    The moving story of a UK dairy farmer and his relationship with his cows, especially leading lady Ida.


    Uploaded Jun 3, 2014

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    The Moo Man

    Directed by Andy Heathcote & Heike Bachelier 2013 97 min


    Uploaded Jun 3, 2014
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    The Moo Man

    Maverick dairy farmer Steven Hook, favourite cow Ida and an unruly herd of 55 cows all live on the Pevensey Levels of England. In an attempt to save the family farm Steve decides to turn his back on the cost cutting dairies and supermarkets. However staying small and keeping up a close relationship with his cows comes with an emotional price. An endearing intimate movie that tackles some surprisingly big issues. 

    Nominated for the Sundance Grand Jury Prize and for Best Documentary at the British Independent Film Awards.

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