This documentary about studying wolves is hardly a documentary. It's more like a biography, but still a documentary.
A man and woman want to learn more about the lives of wolves. Fortunately, they become part of the wolf family in the American West, braving some of the harshest Winters imaginable.
But they have to brave these Winters. They are now part of the wolf family. Although not pets, there is the love and tenderness one feels when a mother brings her puppies or kittens into your lap. A similar case here.
The story is told in a fluid style, more entertaining than most action movies you will see made today.
This is both informative and touching. It is the best of both worlds.
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