Quill: The Life of A Guide Dog

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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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