Quill: The Life of A Guide Dog

Quill: The Life of A Guide Dog
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James

Just an awful movie. The main male character doesn't deserve this great dog. I feel terrible for his family and the dog to have been wasted on such a jerk. Then the ending is ridiculous. Cannot understand how this won awards and the glowing comments here. Wow -- just brutal.

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Sandra

I have very mixed feelings about this movie. First of all the dogs were great, the movie showed what amazing animals they are. But I didn't like how the dogs were treated.

The movie follows Quill to become a guide dog. The place where he was born and his first year in a foster family ...Read more

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Juanita

Great documentary, loved it.

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Gene

The most touching story of one the most important members of our family. Truly magnificent. Better than Ole' Yeller'. Thanking everyone who made this historic film.

I just wish someday they can live longer - as we really need them in our entire lives. The loss of our truly gifted ...Read more

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BiblioQueen

This is a very beautiful film depicting the journey of a loyal guide dog from puppyhood to retirement. The freedom that a blind man is given with the aid of a dog and the safety that dog provides is amazing to watch. A great film for anyone who loves animals.

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Eve

Lovely, just lovely... I cried at the end...

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Marilou

What a beautiful movie & tear jerking. It shows the true & tight bonding of a man & the dog, his best friend. True representation that dogs are loyal, loving & intelligent creatures. I am an animal lover and I know deep in my heart how unconditional dogs are. Thank you for ...Read more

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Christina

Such an adorable movie!

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