Steam Pick of the Litter

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
日本語, اللغة_العربية, English, Deutsch, Français, Italiano, Español, Svenska, Gaeilge, Nederlands
Japanese, اللغة_العربية, 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» (6)

Louis photo

It's not often that I write a comment on a movie, but I feel that I must in this case. My wife and I went to see this movie with a group of friends in the mid-to-late-90s. It was a pretty lame film. I remember we were all bored to tears. There was very little plot to speak of, but we all felt the plot was just "ok" in comparison to the actual story. At the time we saw the movie, we were both married. We were both married for 5 years, and were both new to the whole "junk" and "crap" thing. My wife was divorced and wanted to find out what the "junk" was that her husband was "showing" her. We eventually found out the "junk" was smoking weed and drinking alcohol, and the "crap" was her husband's alleged drinking and lying. We thought that was a pretty stupid plot, and was surprised that the movie wasn't really that bad. It had a few funny parts, but was not a very memorable experience for us. One of my favorite quotes from the movie is from a "cannibal" (unintentionally) giving his "endorsement" of this movie to the reporter. "This is the greatest film ever made."

Cheryl Soto photo
Cheryl Soto

After reading the book, I was pretty disappointed when I heard that it was a documentary, not a documentary. I thought it was a film of real events, not a film of real people. I was wrong. This movie is truly amazing. I don't know how they did it. I hope they release a DVD. I have no idea how this movie will do on DVD, but this is a must see! It was edited very well. It was great. The only thing I have to complain about is that I would have liked to have seen more of the documentary clips. I also would have liked to see more of the documentary footage, but that is just my opinion. I highly recommend this movie. I give it a 10 out of 10.

Gary photo

As someone who has lived through and experienced the tragic effects of war and genocide, I was compelled to go see this film. This is one of the most shocking documentaries I've ever seen. Not a single person in the room was sympathetic to the Nazis and their evil deeds. They treated everyone as objects. The women were raped, the men killed. All of the characters in this film were one dimensional. It was one of the most disturbing documentaries I've ever seen. I was shocked by the level of evil they exhibited. When the audience asked, "How can it be that there is such a thing as evil?" The answer was not clear. There was no way to explain it. It was just there. I am happy that I went to see this film and that it will be in my collection. I will never forget it.

Alan Morgan photo
Alan Morgan

I have been a registered user of this site since 1997, I have been a part of this community for over a decade. I have seen the great films that have been produced in the last 15 years and I think I have seen the best of them. I have no doubt that this film will be voted as the best documentary I have seen in my lifetime. There is not one single flaw in this film, no flaws at all. It's amazing and incredible to see so many of the same people talking about the same thing over and over again. It's really a shame, because this documentary would have never seen the light of day otherwise. It would have become one of those films that are constantly re-made, but never released. I truly hope that this film will find an audience and will be released on DVD or Blu-ray. This film is so good and it deserves to be seen and I hope that it will find a wider audience. I am always amazed when I see how many people have rated this film a 1 or a 10. This is totally unfair and should not be done. It's completely unfair to rate a documentary with a 1 or a 10 and then go on to rate it a 10.

Patricia photo

This film is a must see for any young (or old) man, or woman who doesn't like to be tied down. The reality is that we are all encumbered in some way, no matter how we're born or raised. We all carry some type of baggage. It's just a matter of how we handle that baggage. Whether it's a childhood trauma, an emotional trauma or an occupational trauma. The film is about the effect that this baggage has on a person. The effect that it has on the people around you, and the effects that it has on yourself. We all carry a piece of baggage, and in the end, that piece of baggage can be as big a problem as the thing that we carry with us. This is a movie that you don't want to miss. It'll make you laugh, and will make you feel good.

Gregory B. photo
Gregory B.

This documentary is a good starting point for anyone interested in the history of American photography. The same principles that go into making a great film are also at play in the making of a great documentary. This is the kind of film that makes you realize just how important "history" is to a documentary maker. The entire cast of the film was amazing, from the serious to the casual, all of whom were at the top of their game. As an avid amateur photographer myself, I was blown away by their dedication and professional approach. It is a must see film for anyone who appreciates a good history lesson.