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Wolves tells the remarkable story of one of the world's most tenacious species and our closest fellow predator. The film follows these elusive subjects across remote landscapes in an effort to catch glimpses of a way of life known only to a handful of scientists. Written by
This movie has very little to do with wolves, and much more about how the innocent Indians have been betrayed by the evil white man. If you're expecting a quality, National Geographic type of movie that explains the lives of wolves, this one isn't for you.
The film starts out kind of promising, showing how some cubs need to learn how to associate the smell of food with their prey. But the film quickly turns backwards, beginning to focus on one wolf that has been domesticated. Who really cares about this? This is an oddity, not the norm, and you should expect to see a documentary about wolves in their natural habitat.
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