In Glasgow, the teenager single mother Kelly Ann is forced by Father Steven "Steve" Gillis to deliver her baby boy for adoption. Six weeks later, Father Steve organizes a hike in the ... See full summary »
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Kara Maria Amedon,
Dante is a tailor who after losing his twin brother to death became phobic which prevents him from being in contact with death. Whenever he is in front of a dead body, he experiences a creepy feeling that makes him lose his mind.
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Lance W. Dreesen
Kimberly J. Brown,
In Glasgow, the teenager single mother Kelly Ann is forced by Father Steven "Steve" Gillis to deliver her baby boy for adoption. Six weeks later, Father Steve organizes a hike in the countryside with the youths David, Louise, Mark and Kelly Ann and leaves them alone in the Scottish Highlands. He shows the meeting point in the map and tells that he would wait for them in an inn on the next day. Out of the blue, Kelly Ann's ex-boyfriend Lee joins the group invited by David. While hiking, the group stumbles with a weird shepherd and later Lee puts the man on the run. During the night, Kelly Ann overhears the cry of a baby and she goes with Lee to a derelict old castle where they find an abandoned baby in the middle of dead bodies. Soon the group is hunted down by a deadly wolf-like creature and has to decide whether they hide or fight to survive. Written by
Claudio Carvalho, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
The castle in which Kelly Ann and Lee find the abandoned baby is actually a real castle in Mugdock Country Park near Glasgow, where a large portion of the film was shot. The exterior of the castle is exactly how it looks in the film, however due to old age, the interior of the castle was crumbling and deemed unsafe for the crew to work in. The interior of the castle was a set built inside an unused factory in Anniesland, Glasgow and most of the set, including the spiral staircase leading to the castle tower was made of polystyrene which was then painted by the art department to resemble real stone. See more »
I went to see wild country just over a week and a half ago and i must say i quite enjoyed it. its understandable that they couldn't do everything they wanted to do with the film considering the small budget of i think it was around about 1 million which is not a lot for a feature film. But apart from the kind of Ropey special effects and the pretty bad ending the movie as a whole was really good, with strong performances from Samantha Shields who was very realistic threw out the film unlike some of the other performances in the movie. Another person who really stood out in the film was the young Jamie Quinn who played the part of Mark, who at the start of the film came out with a few great one liners towards his brother and the two girls and made the part Mark a very believable character and shows that his career will not end with one feature film. Over all Wild Country is a very enjoyable and is a must see for all Scottish cinema lovers.
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