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I found the film enthralling. For an animal so vilified in books and films it was absolutely amazing to see the interaction between the Dutchers and the wolves.
The reaction of the Omega female turned Alpha female when the cubs were born allowing Jamie Dutcher to inspect them in the den was truly awesome, especially as she disallowed other members of the pack near them.
To see wild animals gather round two humans and lick their faces, had anyone tuned in at that precise moment, they would have thought the wolves were house pets instead animals free to roam at will in the wild.
A masterpiece of film-making, made even more remarkable by the conditions under which the film was made. Awesome.
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