A handful of unforgettable characters set out on a 100-day quest to tame a totally wild mustang for a Texas competition in this stunning and poignant documentary. Among them: Charles, a Navajo grandfather out to re-capture his youth; George, a grizzled cowboy with a stubborn streak; and Wylene, a blond beauty with a theatrical flare and a nerve of steel. In three months, man and horse must transform from scared strangers to close companions. It won't be an easy journey. Bones and egos will take a beating. Fear and frustration will weed many out. But those who prevail may find themselves desperately vying to keep their horses when they ultimately all go up for adoption at a public auction.Written by
You get to take a wild horse and bond with him and get him to where you can ride him. It just doesn't get any better than that.
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I have to say when I first picked it up I was reluctant to watch it. "Another documentary" I said to myself, but to my surprise I was wrong. I have to admit the beginning is a bit boring and you wonder when it's going to pick up or if it will pick up at all, but it all changes quickly,
This amazing film about the relationships between one hundred wild mustangs and one hundred trainers. This film shows a few of these people's stories trying to tame their wild horse. Each of the stories are so unique with a variety of people from all backgrounds. And at the ending I cried. I cried like a baby actually. It was beautiful. As some stated before, you don't have to like horses to like this movie, but it will surely change your thinking once you see it. I hope you all watch this movie, it's life changing and a good movie for all ages.
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