Tickled is an ambitious documentary that explores the world of tickling, its origins and the story of the modern tickle.

The movie premiered at the Sundance Film Festival, which will feature it as part of a larger Sundance film festival, and it’s coming to DVD on December 10.

The film was directed by Andy Nesbitt and stars Olivia Wilde, Emily Blunt, Mark Wahlberg, and Jack Black. 

The documentary opens with Wilde as a teenager who works in the pet-clothing business, working with her mother, who is a veterinarian.

Her mother, a retired surgeon, is fascinated by the tickling sensation her pet has, and her attempts to help her dog, the chinchilla, learn to feel the tickle, even though it’s not a natural sensation.

Wilde’s mother is a vet herself, and she is not a dog person.

She was a veterinarian, and now she wants to teach her daughter something about what it means to be a vet, and about the role she has in helping people.

“I can’t tell you what it feels like, but I can tell you I’m in love with it,” Wilde says.

“And so, yeah, I want to give it to her.”

Wilde’s experience as a veterinarian has taught her about tickling and how it can be beneficial. 

When Wilde is a teenager, she’s also working in the fashion industry.

The fashion industry is a place where the fashion world has an influence, so Wilde’s interest in fashion is not as foreign as it might sound.

She had been a model and actress before she became a doctor, and the fashion business was also a place for her to work. 

Tickled is not just about Wilde’s work in the clothing industry, though.

It’s about her love for animals, and what she sees as their importance in our society.

Wilde and her family moved from South Africa to Los Angeles when she was seven years old, and they moved to a city that’s known for its natural environment and its diverse population of animals. 

One of Wilde’s favorite animals is the black bear.

“They’re so much more majestic than other animals, but they’re not always easy to see,” Wilde said.

“So, they’re like my friends.”

Wilde was inspired to make Tickled when she saw an advertisement for a dog grooming business in a newspaper in South Africa, and when she got to the website, she saw a picture of a black bear, and a message for the business: “Dog-to-dog grooming for dogs.

Dog-to, dog-to.

Do you have a black, black bear?” 

The black bear is the symbol of South Africa’s black population, and Wilde saw the opportunity to take a photograph of one of her black friends, an adult black bear called Ayla.

Wilde said that she was inspired by her black friend, and that she wanted to make an effort to bring attention to the importance of the animal in our lives.

Wilde went on to do research about the animals and their lives in South African society, and in her documentary, she also shows the impact the black population has on the country. 

“I don’t think I’m ever going to be able to take [Tickling] from where it started,” Wilde told The Hollywood Reporter.

“It’s something that I really wanted to tell.

But it’s really just about a black girl.” 

The Tickled documentary opens on December 11 at Sundance.

You can find out more about Tickles upcoming Sundance screening, including the director’s interviews with Wilde, here.