The Rise of Black Wolf
My family and I watched this wonderful story last night.. and then to our disappointment there was a disclaimer that parts of this is a composite of many wolves. Can you please elaborate in what was fiction/true?
@Dee ThirtyFive I just finished watching it a few minutes ago. Wonderful story indeed. Don't be disappointed. You can't train wild wolves( or other wild animals) to do what you want to please film makers, so they film different groups of wolves being themselves in all life stages & doing what they do daily & arrange it in story form with narration. What you see is authentic wolf behavior based on the composite behavior of different groups of wolves. It's still very real & really engages you in the actual life of a wolf pack. Try reading about wolves & you'll see what I mean. Try reading "Lobo,the king of Currumpaw" by Ernest Thompson Seton. It's the very first wolf story I read as a small child & I never forgot it. It was dramatized on PBS here http://video.pbs.org/video/1069630535 "The Wolf that Changed America". The intelligence of this wolf was amazing.They're very intelligent magnificent animals & do not deserve the awful reputation they have. This topic popped up a few years ago & then died when it was explained