Wednesday, June 24, 2009

Night of the Wolf

THIS WAS ROBERT URICH'S LAST FILM AND HE DIED WITHIN ONE DAY OF ITS SHOWING.Incidents as powerful as survival change us forever and turn our world of values and presuppositions upside down and forever matures us into new wrolds,,vistas,and spirituality as well as forever ridding us of our comfort.We hav e stereoptypes of wild and untamed animals, and even they can be altered as the unknown factors we never knew come into play to shatter those stereotypes and forever alterour world ,our worldview.

A widowed rancher Claire McNichol and her teenage son, Jesse, and the
dramatic events that cause them to reevaluate their relationships with one
another and the world around them. Set against a rugged, rural backdrop, Claire
and Jesse, along with their longtime friend and ranch foreman Purly Owens, work
the cattle ranch that Claire once shared with her husband who was killed in a
ranching accident. Claire counts among her closest friends Rose Handy and
Sheriff Wade Messer. As the over-protective Claire contemplates selling the
ranch and moving to San Francisco with Jesse, a life-threatening accident
strands her deep in the wilderness with only a wild wolf for company. When Jesse
realizes his mother is missing, he heads into the mountains alone to try and
find her, but soon finds more than he bargained for when he encounters deadly
poachers holed up at his mom's cabin and discovers they have killed a game
warden. The ruthless poachers turn their sights on Jesse and stalk him through
the mountains, intent on getting rid of the boy before he can reveal their
crimes. While Claire and the wolf form an unlikely alliance in their struggle to
survive, Jesse is forced to grow up fast as he races to evade the killers and
rescue his mom before it's too late.

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