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Pick of the Litter

Pick of the Litter is a movie starring Matt Fowler. Pick of the Litter follows a litter of puppies from the moment they're born and begin their quest to become Guide Dogs for the Blind, the ultimate canine career. Cameras follow...

Other Titles
Pick Of The Litter
Running Time
1 hours 20 minutes
480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Dana Nachman, Don Hardy
Dana Nachman
Matt Fowler
Audio Languages
Deutsch, English, Français, Italiano, Español, Svenska, Gaeilge, Nederlands
日本語, Čeština, Tiếng Việt, Português, 한국어, Australia, Filipino, हिन्दी

Pick of the Litter follows a litter of puppies from the moment they're born and begin their quest to become Guide Dogs for the Blind, the ultimate canine career. Cameras follow these pups through a two-year odyssey as they train to become dogs whose ultimate responsibility is to protect their blind partners from harm. Along the way, the dogs meet a community of dedicated individuals who train them to do amazing, life-changing things in the service of their human. The stakes are high and not every dog can make the cut. Only the best of the best. The pick of the litter.

Comments about documentary «Pick of the Litter» (15)

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This documentary is a must see for anyone who believes in the concept of freedom. There is no way in the world anyone who has ever been imprisoned, abused or raped, can truly be free. Freedom is a choice, it is not given to us, it is earned. This documentary shows the horror and brutality of the prison system in a way that is hard to watch, but it is necessary to understand the true cost of the prison system. The testimonies of the prisoners are heart wrenching and will help to dispel any preconceptions about the prison system. This documentary is a must see, not because it is a true story, but because it is the truth. Every person should see this film, no matter their political persuasion. This is an important film, and one that should be seen by everyone.

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This is one of the best documentaries I have ever seen. Not only is it fascinating and informative, but it also gives a fresh look into the world of hunting. I think that many people who see this will learn a lot about hunting from it. And if they do, they will be able to better protect the animals we love, and perhaps even change the way we hunt and hunt the animals we love. It's a wonderful documentary. A great way to learn more about hunting.

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I was introduced to the raw intelligence of this movie, and to its power to transform my life. It is my belief that "It Can't Happen Here" is the best thing that has ever happened to me. I have had a life that has been so rich, and I've been alive for so long, and I was so content with the relationships I had, and the joy of the community I've been in. I felt like I was living a great life, and that was why I was so moved to watch this film. The movie touched me so deeply, and I was so moved by it. I didn't think it was possible to see this movie for the first time. My only regret was not being able to go to see it in theaters. I was afraid that it might not be as good as the people said. It's amazing. I am now able to witness a movie with real people, and all of them are so wonderful. This movie brings you to a place of peace, happiness and fulfillment. I want to help other people find out how to reach their fullest potential. I'm so glad that I watched this movie, and I hope everyone else finds this movie as great as I did.

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This documentary is by far the most important movie about the future of humanity in our lifetime. It makes you think about your own life and the future of humanity. I highly recommend this movie to anyone. It gives you a new perspective on your own life and how to make the most out of it.

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Grace G.

As I watched the documentary, I found it hard not to question the background information provided by the film makers. In a lot of cases, I found it difficult to ascertain the origin of the information given. For example, when the filmmakers stated that they had acquired the videotape by "going through the layers of filth" (as mentioned in the Introduction) I was totally puzzled to find out that the video itself had been stored under an extremely high temperature in a freezer (to keep the video extremely crisp). I mean, if someone was going to be going through the layers of filth, it would have been better if it was stored in a more stable temperature and also if it had been frozen. If there had been no possibility of corruption, I might have taken the video for granted. I feel that some of the information given was quite confusing and seemed to have been cut from some other documentary. I could not get a clear picture of what exactly was being discussed in the interviews. I found it difficult to fully believe some of the statements of the filmmakers. The most interesting and important information I learned was that the Queen had been very happy with the way the footage was presented. After all, she has always been very protective of her privacy. The Queen is also very protective of the privacy of the personal life of her family and has always been very concerned about her "Family." I had to ask myself, "What is the Queen really concerned about?" And, then, it struck me that there was no sign that she was nervous about the public release of her personal life. If this had been true, she would have been more nervous about the privacy of her personal life. Perhaps this is the reason that she has chosen to keep such a low profile and that the entire video material had been placed under the supervision of the Prince of Wales and other members of the Royal Family. I also found it puzzling that the director of the film did not allow the subjects of the documentary to talk to each other. I mean, they were very personal to each other and I believe it would have been more beneficial to the public if there had been a dialogue between them. This was not the case and it was very apparent that they had chosen not to do so. The director was very accommodating and never once made it clear to them that they could talk to each other. I found it very disappointing that the film did not include any interviews with any of the Royal Family, and it seemed to me that if this had been the case, the Queen would have been happier with the release of her private life

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Terry Powell

This is an amazing movie that takes you inside the lives of the people that work on the Greenway. It gives you a chance to meet the people in their home town, talk to them about the city of Boston, and see them in their everyday life. It's a real eye-opener that is worth seeing. This is truly a great documentary. You will not be disappointed!

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Margaret Bishop

If there was ever a documentary for the holidays, this is it! This documentary is about our own personal hells and we are not alone. I wish I could have watched this for the first time last Christmas. Thank you for making this film.

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Gerald Rogers

Who would have thought that a DVD release of this documentary would make it into the cinemas in 1998? The DVD is packed with a wealth of information about the lives of different women who have gone on to found successful businesses. From the beginning, the documentary makes you feel like you are part of the documentary. You see behind the scenes of the interviews and hear the women speak about their lives. The documentary is a great way to watch. You feel like you are part of the women's lives. You don't have to know the women's names to be able to relate to their story. This is the kind of documentary that every woman should have in her DVD collection.

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Amber E.

This is the best documentary i've seen in my life. I feel so bad for the people who had to be sickened by the media hype. I wanted to do this documentary because i heard people calling my wife sick and crazy. I never heard that the president was sick or something but i felt sick about it. This documentary is a must see for everyone. I can tell you that there will be more documentaries like this in the future and it will never stop. I highly recommend this documentary and the people involved for helping the cause of this documentary. I also felt bad for people who got sick of the news and the media. It's so sad.

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Gregory Wright

As far as I'm concerned, this film should be made into a museum. Not just for its remarkable story of a group of friends, but for its bravery in openly exposing their condition and the shameful state of affairs in society at large. That these young girls went to the extent of asking for help from the man who had given them a diagnosis is staggering. The movie's message is a powerful one: beware of anyone who tells you your problems are your own fault. Their case will haunt you for the rest of your life. You need to know about this story and listen to their story. You need to know about their recovery and their life afterward. You need to know that such a case was never forgotten. They were just a few of many.

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Eugene Murray

I've always wondered what the point of the Biscuit Box was. I have no clue. It wasn't about Biscuits or anything, it was about knowing why the first 20% of people give their votes to a politician, or vice versa, just to give it a new coat of paint and hope it comes back in another election. In the end, it's just a marketing tool, which sells many brands, but I guess I should have seen that. I think what truly has to be addressed is why they gave the political candidates millions of dollars to get their name out there. After all, the first time you hear about a political candidate's name, it's the most important campaign-related thing you will ever hear. They want to be heard, and so the Biscuit Box was just a marketing tool to be used. It is true that there are people that have some of the most comprehensive voting records in the country, but that does not make it a valuable thing to the voting public. After all, the Biscuit Box was about getting into the minds of the public, not helping them vote. I'd like to know what the point of it was, but unfortunately, it's not in my lifetime. I think that the purpose was to try to get people to see that they could have their voting rights restored. Now that I'm older and wiser, I realize that the Biscuit Box was not about improving voting, but merely about making money. When you see a high-powered politician like Bill Clinton, you see how out of touch he is with the average American. He says that every American is an "ordinary citizen", but he still wants to be in the Senate, and he talks about having a very successful campaign, but he is so focused on his bottom line, that he fails to recognize that he was just as guilty of the crimes he is being accused of. He just likes to keep the money flowing, and he doesn't even recognize that he's in the wrong. He's in denial about the sins of his predecessors, he just wants to keep it flowing, and as the results have proven, it just keeps going and going. He doesn't see the error of his ways, and he doesn't want to be responsible for the sins of others. I don't want to be the one to make him change his mind. I would love to see him do some of the things he has said he wants to do, but as long as he has the power, I don't think he will ever see the error of

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I watched this movie with my 5 year old son and I felt a little bit of guilt watching it, but that was my son's way of letting me know that he thought it was a great movie. We all had the same thought.we all felt the same way. It was really good and I would recommend it to anyone. It was entertaining and the comments made by the actors were interesting and I found myself laughing a lot at some of the things they said. I would have liked to see more from the actors involved in the making of the movie, but they did a great job. I would like to see a sequel to this movie because it was a great movie. I am definitely going to see it again. I think that the actor who played "The Mother" was perfect for the part. I think she was very funny and I think she did a great job. I think the parents in this movie should watch it and they should have a good time watching it. I think it is a great movie and I would recommend it to anyone. 10/10.

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Douglas King

I thought it was a very interesting and entertaining film. I am a teacher and teacher and family member of many. I love to think about how the world would be with more parents being true to their children. Being in the same situation as those on this film. I will tell you what I would do. We have a year or so before the kids are going to college. Now it is all about preparation and putting the plan in place. You can't be the mother or father who is waiting for the hand-off. Now you have to do it. I would do what I can to prepare them, buy a bunch of new clothes and the like. I would also not let my kids watch the movie Hunger Games. I would let them watch the TFC movie first and they would not be spoiled for the TFC movie. It is an intense movie with lots of suspense and excitement. However, the TFC movie is about real people and not fictional characters. There is a lot of hype about Hunger Games. I just hope that they have more TFC movies to come out before this. I wish that the TFC movie was an all out war movie. It would make a great movie and would capture the excitement and suspense of the movie. My children did not like that movie. They did not enjoy the movie. I think they do not enjoy the movie itself and it is hard to be able to relate to the characters. I would say that the TFC movie is worth the hype. The TFC movie is a great movie. My children enjoyed it. They would not agree with the TFC movie. They would enjoy the TFC movie and the movie is worth the hype. I think it would be an interesting and exciting year for the TFC movie. I think that the movie is not worth the hype. I wish the TFC movie was an all out war movie. It would make a great movie and capture the excitement and suspense of the movie. I would think it would be an exciting and thrilling year for the TFC movie.

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Patrick T.

I saw this film as a film school graduate in my senior year. I was amazed by the humor in it. I was immediately hooked and wanted to watch it again. I think the most difficult thing about this movie is not the humor, but the awkwardness of its setting. The actors are mostly unknown and have no credentials to speak of. The editing and lighting are really effective in focusing on the actor's performance, but at the same time making it difficult to understand how they would act in the real world. I think the filmmakers knew this and made it work. The acting and the dialog are really excellent, with a story that is so ridiculous but still in a way meaningful. I recommend this film to anyone who enjoys either comedy, satire, or something from a different artistic genre. I think this is a very funny film, with a very funny story, and I would recommend it to anyone.

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Jean Williams

To have a film from this fine group of actors (Walt and Susan), their family and their fans from beginning to end, for me, was a thrill. I was touched by the moments of humor and admiration from the kids and parents of children that were treated with such affection. This was a true testament to the gift of forgiveness and sharing. This is an excellent film to show your children about forgiveness and community and the good in people. And of course, to show that the struggle and sorrow that goes with the passing of the loved one should not overshadow the memories of the gift of forgiveness and the love shared from beginning to end.