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Wolves Unleashed (2011)

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This film follows world renowned animal trainer Andrew Simpson as he travels to the other side of the world to make the biggest wolf film ever attempted. Battling temperatures of -60C the ... See full summary »

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This film follows world renowned animal trainer Andrew Simpson as he travels to the other side of the world to make the biggest wolf film ever attempted. Battling temperatures of -60C the crew and wolves are tested physically and mentally on a daily basis. This film will make people question everything they thought they new about wolves. They will see an animal that is graceful, caring and trusting. The animal action in this film has never been seen before. There are no computer effects, everything you see is real. This film will also show one man's struggle as he wrestles with the decision to use his unique bond with these animals against them. Written by Anonymous

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A wonderful experience to be shared with the world.
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This film documentary was brilliantly 'put together' by Andrew Simpson ,the movie made me smile, laugh and cry. The film shows the strong bond between Andrew and all of his wolves and in particular one wolf named 'Digger' who he has to rescue from an ice hole and then gain his trust back (which of course was easy when 'Digger' was allowed to cuddle up next to him for the few nights afterwards). It also shows a stray dog who wanders into the camp 'Poubelle' who of course is adopted and brought back to Canada with him and now sleeps on his bed at home. Andrew has a unique understanding of his wolves and everyone should get the chance to see this. Andrew and his crew experience the extremely harsh temperatures of Russia at -60 degrees with no bathroom or washroom facilities worth commenting about and the fact that jokes can still be made in these situations is fantastic. I recommend this film documentary and think everyone should have the opportunity to experience it.


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