Gefährliche Wildnis (1995)

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Gefährliche Wildnis: Directed by Phillip Borsos. With Mimi Rogers, Bruce Davison, Jesse Bradford, Tom Bower. Angus McCormick adopts a stray dog and names him Yellow. Several days later, while traveling along the coast of British Columbia with his father, John, he and Yellow become stranded when turbulent waters capsize their boat. John and his wife, Katherine, relentlessly badger rescue teams. Angus, schooled by John in wilderness survival skills, and assisted by intelligent Yellow, tries to attract rescuers.

“If your a dog lover whou0026#39;s in for a good family film full with adventure as well powerful friendship, this is the movie to see, to share and to watch it with your family over and over again. u0026quot;Far from Home: the Adventures of Yellow Dogu0026quot; is probably on of the best family films ever made and of course Philip Borsosu0026#39; last film until his death came along, the story is really good, the characters are quite unforgettable and the music score sounds mighty epic which sounds like something you hear from a motion picture released in 1940s or 1950s during the era of Hollywoodu0026#39;s Golden Age. but of course the chemistry between Angus and Yellow (a Labrador Retriever) is really nice and has some beautiful compared to Bingo and Chuckie Devlin from u0026quot;Bingou0026quot; (1991), touching scenes that will make you cry and even laugh, shot in British Columbia, Canada and yet I recommend this to any dog lover out there who really wants to watch a perfect family/animal movie.”


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