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This adaption of Jack Londons "Seewolf" is the best ever shown. The characters have been chosen very wise and Raimund Harmstorf played the role of his live.
The story depends not only on the novel "Der Seeworlf", Ulbrich, the director of the four part movie, included several other novels and short stories from Jack London (all the "historic" scenes do not take place in the original novel, they have been taken from "Joe and the pirates").
Harmstorf himself did a good job as Wolf Larson, the captain of the "Ghost" and he was identified by this role since his early suicide. He took place in other great roles such as "Der Kurier des Zaren" (Michael Strogof).
All in all, if you will ever have a look on a Seewolf-movie, try this one!
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