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another undiscovered Canadian Gem
hectorpeach from Ontario, Canada
28 August 2001
Eye Of the Wolf , is another good canadian film that never got dicovered,
even though it was brought out by Vidmark. OK , the
film looks a little old , and isn't very clear . But that
it that old time western early 1900's look (since it was set
1912). I particulary enjoyed this mix of "Call Of The Wild" ,
and "White Fang" .
Jeff Fahey stars as a government zooligist who studies in
Canadian north mountains and is currently studing the wolf.
his voyage he stumbles across a dead canadian mountie and
couragious wolf standing guard over it. Paul (Fahey) brings
wolf to the nearest wolf , where a young woman , played by
unknown Sophie Duez takes him with her . But on a trip with
husband , they happen to cross paths with the murder of the
mountie . A rotten looking thief named McCready , who is
by the familiar but anonymous Aron Tager. Who unsuccessfully
tries to rob them. But the story goes on as they and the wolf later meet up
with zooligist , Paul . who studies Kazan (the wolf) and his life cycle. I
wouldn't want to spoil it for you. since there is plenty
more that goes on in the film.
A great plot , a great wolf actor , and Canada meet up with
Fahey , Sophie Duez , Vlasta Vrana and villains Lorne Brass ,
Aron Tager in "Eye Of The Wolf".
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