A troubled teen (Spencer Treat Clark) from West Virginia is sent to live with his estranged father (Andrew Wilson) in Wyoming, where he slowly forms a strong bond with a pack of wolves in this drama written and directed by Marni Zelnick.~Jennifer Lackman
There is a reason Druid Peak has been winning awards and acclaim. It is stunning, extremely well written and acted. Excellent coming of age story and the wolves and scenery are amazing. Stick with it, the beginning can be tough to watch, but after a bit you won't want to tear your eyes away.Probably best for ages 11 and up. Highly recommend!
I would recommend this to a friend
Rating 5 out of 5 stars with 1 review
Stunning Yellowstone Wolves
This is an incredibly well-written indie film set against the landscape of the Yellowstone Wolf Reintroduction program. Spencer Treat Clark as a troubled teen and Andrew Wilson as the father he never met who is a wildlife biologist are completely believable and fun to watch. As the teen is exposed to the wolves, a transformation occurs. The wolf scenes literally take your breath away and the cinematography of Rachel Morrison is strikingly beautiful. It is easy to see why it has done so well on the indie film circuit