Donnie Vincent's debut film, The River's Divide is a feature length documentary following Donnie on his two year bowhunting quest for a single whitetail buck notoriously nicknamed 'Steve'. Set against the beautiful backdrop of the North Dakota Badlands, an amazing story unfolds as Donnie experiences the highs and lows of chasing a single animal in the middle of the vast wilderness. Experience each step of the way as Donnie's raw emotion and insight pull you into this once in a lifetime story.Written by
The truth is I'm always saddened when I kill an animal. It's not remorse I feel, I know why I'm a hunter. It's out of respect. Hunting involves killing and without a doubt it's a 'blood sport' and one that comes with tremendous responsibility. Hunting is also a tool of conservation and it's how I choose to feed my family. Sometimes hunts go quick, sometimes they take years... but there's always a story and one that's usually worth telling. You know, every time I crossed that river I wondered if...
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Donnie Vincent is showing a true picture of the hunt and hunter.
Cinematic documentary about one man's two-year pursuit of a buck named "Steve".
Vincent discovered the buck six years prior hunting him on a ranch in South Dakota. Spending six years of waiting for the buck to reach maturity, Vincent sets out on a two-year adventure and pursuit to track him down.
The film does an excellent job depicting the landscapes of the Badlands along with showing Vincent's emotions throughout the hunt, making the viewer feel as though they are alongside him the entire time.
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